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The Stuxnet worm, which has reportedly been successfully targeted at Iranian nuclear plants, is being widely reported as originating from a government agency or well-funded source with political intent. The CEO of Kaspersky Lab, however, says that, whilst there is insufficient evidence to point the finger of blame at anyone yet, the worm represents a new age in cyber warfare.
According to Eugene Kaspersky, the veteran CEO of the Russian-headquartered IT security vendor, Stuxnet is backed by a well-funded, highly skilled attack team with intimate knowledge of SCADA technology.
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