Forbes: A Twitter user who goes by "Topiary" and claims to be an online activist and "supporter of Anonymous operations" recently tweeted, Anonymous is now in possession of Stuxnet problem, officer? So far, it's not clear if the claim is true. If it is true, it's possible the group behind numerous cyberattacks in support of Wikileaks could re-work the code--a tricky job with a piece of malware this complex--to target systems other than the industrial machinery that was the aim of the Stuxnet virus.
A separate source tells Forbes that the group obtained a copy of the Stuxnet virus when they hacked into the HBGary Federal files.
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