#CyberSpaceWar

#FalseFlag Watch: Spying Malware Leaves Countries’ Energy Grids Open To Attack

from engadget.com: Cyberwarfare campaigns against Western energy grids aren't just the stuff of action movies these days. Symantec has discovered
a "likely state-sponsored hacking group", nicknamed Dragonfly, that has
been using phishing sites and trojans to compromise energy suppliers in
the US and several other countries. Unlike targeted,
destruction-focused malware like Stuxnet,
this appears to be a broader spying effort bent on collecting
information about national infrastructure. However, it still creates a
back door that leaves companies vulnerable to full-fledged attacks if
they don't spot the intrusions; it wouldn't take much to create real
problems.

#STUXNET FLASHBACK:
Israel Tested Stuxnet At Dimona
US Ignites Cyber Warfare Through Stuxnet, Flame Malware
Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus
US-trained Terrorist Group MKO Plants Stuxnet Malware
Stuxnet Remains Problem For Iran Nuke Sites

#PumpUpThaVolume: November 15, 2019