I wrote a bit about Stuxnet on my own blog last November, but we’ve not really addressed it here on Security Musings. By most accounts, this is one of the single-most important incidents in 2010, with the possibility to change the game. There has been a lot of discussion this week about attributing the source of Stuxnet, which is particularly interesting. First, for a bit of background, check out Bill Brenner’s post over at CSO Online covering “Three takes on Stuxnet” as he includes a couple of the links I’d originally planned to use here. He links to presentations on Stuxnet from Symantec, Kaspersky, and – my personal favorite – Mikko Hypp√∂nen, Chief Research Officer at F-Secure. Given the scenario[…]