Iran has developed an anti-Stuxnet virus program and Anti-Maleware announced head of Iranian Cyberpolice Gholamreza Jalali' on Wednesday in an interview with IRNA.
In 2010 Iran's industrial and nuclear facilities In Natanz were attacked by the Stuxnet worm. The worm was a malware designed to infect computers using Siemens Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
Stuxnet and its varariant Duqu seems to have been aimed predominantly at Iranian nuclear facilities and its
ZdbdAfzar(Zede,Bad,Afzar) developed by Cyberpolice organistaion and is already in use by privet companies,both Software have international ranking of Seven and Ten said Cyberpolice commander
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