International Space Station Affected By Stuxnet Virus


The Stuxnet virus spread to the International Space Station via an infected USB stick transported by Russian cosmonauts, says Eugene Kaspersky of Kaspersky Labs.  He says he was tipped off about the infection by a friend, but did not provide further details.

Read a report by David Shamah of the Times of Israel, talking about the Stuxnet infection here.

[Image courtesy: ISS]

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