(The Washington Post)
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Russian cyberweapon could wreak havoc on U.S. power grid
The malware, dubbed CrashOverride, is just the second instance of malware specifically tailored to disrupt or destroy industrial control systems, according to new research. The Washington Post's Ellen Nakashima explains.
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