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Using Tofino to Control the Spread of Stuxnet Malware

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<p>This application note describes how to use the Tofino Industrial Security Solution to prevent the spread of the Stuxnet worm in both Siemens and non-Siemens network environments.</p> <p><b>What is Stuxnet?</b><br> Stuxnet is a computer worm designed to target one or more industrial systems ...

How Stuxnet Spreads - A Study of Infection Paths in Best Practice Systems

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The Stuxnet worm is a sophisticated piece of computer malware designed to sabotage industrial processes controlled by Siemens SIMATIC WinCC, S7 and PCS 7 control systems. The worm used both known and previously unknown vulnerabilities to spread, and was powerful enough to evade ...

Post-Stuxnet Industrial Security: How to Detect Industrial Malware on Day Zero

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Preventing the next Stuxnet-like attack on the control world might be impossible, but operators can mitigate the effects and contain worms and viruses through early detection.

Defending Against the Dragonfly Cybersecurity Attack Part B – Analyzing the ...

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The age of malware specifically targeting industrial control systems (ICS) began in 2010 when Stuxnet1 was revealed to be disrupting operations at one of Iran’s nuclear enrichment facilities. Recently, a sophisticated malware, known as Dragonfly by some and Energetic Bear by others, was ...

Defending Against the Dragonfly Cybersecurity Attacks Part A - Identifying ...

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The age of malware specifically targeting industrial control systems (ICS) began in 2010 when Stuxnet1 was revealed to be disrupting operations at one of Iran’s nuclear enrichment facilities. Recently, a sophisticated malware, known as Dragonfly by some and Energetic Bear by others, was ...

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