by Gil Ronen
German cyber-security expert Ralph Langner, who helped unravel the Stuxnet virus, told a global audience in March that the worm could be used as a weapon of mass destruction against targets in the West. At the end of his presentation on the subject, Langner arguably seemed to hint at the possibility that Israel is part of the danger, although in correspondence a few months ago he named an unspecific “hacker underground” as the possible threat.
Langner heads an independent German cyber-security firm that bears his name, which specializes in control systems — electronic devices that monitor and regulate other devices. Langner’s website says that his team analyzed Stuxnet as part of “a global effort to decode the mysterious program,” without naming his client.
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cyber-security , hackers