A scene from the documentary "Zero Days," from Academy Award-winner Alex Gibney, which tells the story of Stuxnet, a computer virus that’s widely considered the first act of cyberwarfare by one country against another.
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Iran's telecommunications minister accused Israel Monday of a new cyberattack on its telecommunications infrastructure, and vowed to respond with legal action.This followed comments from another official last week that Iran had uncovered a new generation of Stuxnet, a virus that was used against the country's nuclear program more than a decade ago.Iran would take legal action against Israel at international bodies, he added, without giving details.Last week, Gholamreza Jalali, head of Iran's civil defense agency, said Iran had neutralized a version of Stuxnet.
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