Sources: Symantec, Reuters
quote: Nasty "Duqu" Worm Exploits Same Microsoft Office Bug as Stuxnet
quote: Is this threat so new that there is no detection tools available for it?
quote: will retain it's strong brand reputation for security.
quote: unless there is an actual and very bad security problem affecting millions of Mac users
quote: Mac has a superb security track record and hence have a stellar security brand reputation.
quote: If you just received a Word document from a colleague, don't open it.
quote: Symantec states that the Duqu authors must have either been given code by the Stuxnet authors, stole the code from the Stuxnet authors, or are themselves the Stuxnet authors.
quote: China -- a cyber-superpower and notorious aggressor -- is thought to maintain a repository of unpublished vulnerabilities on platforms such as Windows, Linux, and OS X, waiting to exploit them when the need arises.
quote: Nine international organizations have found their system s have been compromised. The nations that these victim organizations operate in are:
quote: That suggests that the attackers behind Stuxnet either gave that code to the developers of Duqu, allowed it to be stolen, or are the same people who built Duqu, Haley said.
quote: Symantec's Kevin Haley comments to Reuters, "We believe it is the latter."