French energy conglomerate Areva may have been hit by an attack first detected in September.
"Local reports are consistent only in terms of talking about cyber-espionage, perhaps involving malware rather than some kind of terrifying Stuxnet-style nuclear kit sabotage caper," writes The Register's John Leyden.
"Staff reportedly learned that all might not to be well with Areva systems in mid-September, following a weekend security upgrade that left some systems out of action for three days," Leyden writes. "The National Security Agency Information Systems (ANSSI) reportedly assisted the security upgrade."
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