Israel tested Stuxnet worm, says report

New York Times cites strongest clues yet of Israel-U.S. involvement

By , Computerworld |  Security, cyberwar, Stuxnet

Langner was more skeptical about Iran's chances of solving the problems created by Stuxnet.

"In the moment when they will have cleaned up all systems, a new dropper exploiting new Windows zero-day vulnerabilities will likely be underway already," Langner asserted last week, echoing research last September that said systems scrubbed of Stuxnet could be easily re-infected s.

"The cyberwar nightmare for Tehran may have only just begun," said Langner.

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