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Bad Guys Bought Stuxnet on Black Market
Sources tell Sky News that unidentified "bad guys" bought the Stuxnet on the black market.
The list of vulnerable installations is almost endless – they include power stations, food distribution networks, hospitals, traffic lights and even dams.
A senior IT security source said: "We have hard evidence that the virus is in the hands of bad guys – we can't say any more than that but these people are highly motivated and highly skilled with a lot of money behind them."
You know that someone's just bound to interrupt his Thanksgiving weekend to blame Israel for this.
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