If you haven't heard of "Stuxnet" or "Flame" read this


#1

this is all new to me even though its technically old news. security needs to be updated. Enter Maidsafe


#2

Your tax dollar at work. I’m wondering how maidsafe would detect such a worm and get rid of it?


#3

I haven’t a clue. This is me talking out of my butt but would the network or each client be able to do a code audit? Or with the nature of how stuxnet works be able to spoof any things authenticity? Might be a good question for @dirvine I only know the basics of stuxnet the very basics. But it is clever well coded basically untraceable upfront and super invasive. Granted it was specail purpose but could be recoded to accomplish any task.