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Reviewed in Australia on 3 January 2016
A really thorough treatise of the Stuxnet malware and the later ramifications it has generated. I felt the booked jumped around a little bit when swapping back and forth between the major players and the actual timeline as well as the affected targets in Iran.

If you are a technology person then you'll certainly enjoy the depth and detail that the bool provides, especially when it comes to the footnotes. The author has done a great job pulling all the sources and information together and making it readable by all.

If nothing else, this book should demonstrate what is digitally possible in the world we live in today and how afraid we should be about what could be unleashed tomorrow that could have ramifications far beyond what we think. We live in a digital world and that now too is under attack and being threaten like any battlefield of the past. The only thing now is that there are no longer any borders.
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