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The U.S government's extensive involvement in the Stuxnet attacks against Iran is sure to trigger a sharp increase in state-sponsored cyber attacks against American businesses and critical infrastructure targets, security experts warn.
One of our supporters, Jags, saw an old alert on their Cisco IDS appear in their logs today. The specific signature is being classified by the IDS as Opachki, a dated link hijacking program. Bojan Zdrnja wrote an excellent diary on this malware in November 2009. Not much we don't already know about this malware, so on a rainy Saturday I thought I would put it to the readers: Anybody else seeing new Opachki alerts? If so, we'd love to hear! Maybe something new appears...
And as always, we are always listening for something new here at ISC, so we'd love to hear if it's new and not Opachki.

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Google, as well as car companies and universities are making incredible advances in the technology for self-driving cars, and that technology will enable the robot revolution.
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