The trojan that was used to disrupt Iran’s nuclear programme has been traded on the black market and could be used by terrorists, according to Sky News sources.
Senior cyber-security figures have said the Stuxnet worm – the first to have been used to damage targets in the real world – could be used to attack any physical target which relies on computers.
The list of vulnerable installations is almost endless – they include power stations, food distribution networks, hospitals, traffic lights and even dams.
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