Cyber security analysts claim the spying bots were pinpointed at Ukraine Army artillery units that have suffered significant losses from Russian supported separatists in the past two years. The same group used these bots to target the US Democratic Committee in June 2016.
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According to an alert report published by Symantec, the new treat designated ‘Duqu’ has parts nearly identical to Stuxnet, but with a completely different purpose. Unlike Stuxnet which was seemingly designed for specific attack mission, Duqu's purpose is to gather specific intelligence data and assets from specific organizations.
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