Stuxnet

I have been avoiding the topic about Stuxnet for quite some time, mainly because there were many others who spent the time to take the virus apart. However, here is a video, which I find rather amusing:

Wether this is the real deal or simply fear mongering, I simply don’t know. It is all speculations at the moment. [...]

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Firefox Malware

You may have already heard of this, but there is a malware which goes around disguised as a Firefox extension. I have no details regarding the malicious code but to be honest, I am not surprised at all. In fact, I wonder why it took so long for the bad guys to figure that Firefox is an excellent malware delivery platform. Usually they are quicker.

A couple of months back, just before my BlackHat talk, I was planning to launch yet another of my experiments. [...]

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WiFi Infestations – Viral Wardriving

WiFi networks are the necessary evil. In this post I would like to briefly highlight some ideas on the potential damages that can be introduced when attackers combine automated viral-like attacks with human power. This post is largely related to the wifi worms topic that was quite present among all media outlets at the beginning of 2008. [...]

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