Roel Schouwenberg

Senior Antivirus Researcher, Kaspersky Lab

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Senior antivirus researcher at Kaspersky Lab

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Stuxnet was first discovered a few months ago, and it's now regarded as a weapon of cyber sabotage -- with the capacity not just to corrupt computer software but to manipulate programs…

Cyber Security, Stuxnet and Internet Freedom

Stuxnet was first discovered a few months ago, and it's now regarded as a weapon of cyber sabotage -- with the capacity not just to corrupt computer software but to manipulate programs…

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Computer experts say Stuxnet is the first known case of cyber sabotage.

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