Kaspersky updating agent
In May 2011, the PBS program Need To Know cited a statement by Gary Samore, White House Coordinator for Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction, in which he said, "we're glad they [the Iranians] are having trouble with their centrifuge machine and that we – the US and its allies – are doing everything we can to make sure that we complicate matters for them", offering "winking acknowledgement" of US involvement in Stuxnet.According to The Daily Telegraph, a showreel that was played at a retirement party for the head of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Gabi Ashkenazi, included references to Stuxnet as one of his operational successes as the IDF chief of staff.To be able to update Kaspersky offline, you will need: • 1 USB or any external memory.• 1 computer with internet connection Pros: Download the database package of Kaspersky very fast.You copy the database to a USB or any external memory.
In the absence of either criterion, Stuxnet becomes dormant inside the computer.
When your computer is not connected to the internet, you can update the database used by Kaspersky method: “Update offline” Specifically: You must download the database package of Kaspersky in computers with internet connection.
Then you copied to a computer without an internet connection to make updates.
Stuxnet has three modules: a worm that executes all routines related to the main payload of the attack; a link file that automatically executes the propagated copies of the worm; and a rootkit component responsible for hiding all malicious files and processes, preventing detection of the presence of Stuxnet.
It is typically introduced to the target environment via an infected USB flash drive.