So, just in case you missed it, earlier this year marked the second time in history a targeted cyberweapon was used by (probably) a state to actually take out a country’s infrastructure. The main difference with this attack was that it’s the first time the aggressor wasn’t the US, so everyone can feel free to shake their heads and tut sadly over our terrible, terrible cyberwar future. ‘Cause, yanno. Blowing up a country’s nuclear power stations with a computer virus is only okay when we do it, I guess.