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Stuxnet Poses Thorny Issue For Cyberdefenders

A year ago, the existence of Stuxnet, the world's first cyber superweapon, first emerged. Many experts suspect the U.S. government had at least a hand in its creation. The development and use of offensive cyberweapons may create challenges for a nation's cyberdefenders — and could be a big policy issue in the nascent era of cyberwarfare.
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