STUXNET: Anatomy of a Computer Virus
Over the next little while, we are looking at organisms and structures under the microscope. Now, we are just scratching the surface to the micro-world that we cannot see or feel that exists as part of our daily lives, and viruses are included in that mix. But did you ever think that a computer virus worked in the same way? That it might be visible under a microscope? Sadly, it cannot be seen under a microscope since it exists completely within a computer as a piece of software. But a computer virus can be just as “deadly” as a living virus. Take for example the following virus called STUXNET. To see the video, click on the title below the image.