ESET have identified a new strain of malware, named Industroyer, which has the capability to take down most industry control systems.
On 13th June 2017 ESET said that they had discovered a malware that is the biggest threat to critical infrastructure since Stuxnet (the malicious worm that was responsible for causing substantial damage to Iran’s nuclear program) named ‘Industroyer’.
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