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Windows 7: Windows systems at risk from Stuxnet attack

19 Jul 2010   #1
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Windows systems at risk from Stuxnet attack

Windows systems at risk from Stuxnet attack

"What is unique about Stuxnet is that it utilizes a new method of propagation," wrote Microsoft researcher Tareq Saade in the blog post. "Specifically, it takes advantage of specially-crafted shortcut files(also known as .lnk files) placed on USB drives to automatically execute malware as soon as the .lnk file is read by the operating system."
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Windows systems at risk from Stuxnet attack - ZDNet

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19 Jul 2010   #2

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