News: Anatomy of a Computer Virus

Anatomy of a Computer Virus

Produced for Australian TV show HungryBeast, "Anatomy of a Computer Virus" is an infographic-in-motion "dissecting the nature and ramifications of Stuxnet, the first weapon made entirely out of code."

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Without commenting on any of the political ramifications, I have thought from the get-go that StuxNet is an incredibly elegant tool. Dangerous and a bit disturbing, too, but from a purely technological standpoint, what an amazing piece of work.

It's more of a question, I was wondering how possible is it to send a virus to some PC trying to hack yours? _

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