|Stuxnet appeared to be able to take control of the automated factory control systems it had infected "' and do whatever it was programmed to do with them. That was mischievous and dangerous. It is essentially a precision, military-grade cyber missile deployed early last year to seek out and destroy one real-world target of high importance "' a target still unknown.
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