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Report: Stuxnet worm launched in three waves
Monday - 2/14/2011, 3:03pm EST
We'll now a new report from security software firm Symantec says the Stuxnet attacks were launched in three targeted waves.
Researchers were able to chart the path of the infections by isolating an unusual feature in the worm.
The New York Times reports that the 12,000 infections could be traced back to just five initial infection points.
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