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Topic - Christopher Campione
Stuxnet, the sophisticated computer worm that attacked industrial control systems over the summer, is a "wake-up call" about the vulnerability of factories and power plants to hackers and other cybersaboteurs, according to security specialists.
He said that Stuxnet propagates itself across a corporate network, concealing its presence and looking for the special kind of ICS software it is programmed to attack.