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On Stuxnet Adaptation

March 21st, 2012 | Posted by Andrew Ridings in Malware | Terrorism - (0 Comments)

With the recent focus on Stuxnet due to the CBS 60 Minutes Special: Stuxnet: Computer worm opens new era of warfare and the 60 Minutes Overtime special Stuxnet copycats: Let the hacking begin, aired earlier this month, I was reminded of the extent our nation’s critical infrastructure is at risk from cyber attack.Read more

Andrew Ridings

Andrew Ridings

Andrew Ridings is a Security Analyst at True Digital Security with a passion for penetration testing and social engineering. Andrew received his Bachelors of Science in Information Assurance and Forensics at Oklahoma State University and holds CNSS 4011 certification.

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It looks like the main anti-malware vendors are choosing sides and going head-to-head on the relationship between Duqu and Stuxnet.  So far, the fight is Symantec and Kaspersky, who say Duqu is related to Stuxnet, vs. SecureWorks and Bitdefender, who say they are not related at all.Read more

Brett Edgar

Brett Edgar

Brett is a Founder and the former Director of Managed Security Services at TRUE. He has been working in the system and network forensics field since graduating from the University of Tulsa with a B.S. Computer Science in 2003. He speaks hexadecimal fluently and is TRUE's resident human Ethernet transceiver. He holds CISSP, CSSLP, and CNSS 4011-4015 certificates, loves MLB and NCAA Football, and when he gets tired of hexadecimal, he goes home to hang out with his wife and kid.

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