Duqu, Stuxnet, Flame. No matter where you turn, it seems there's a new, more powerful computer virus. But these new viruses aren't just designed for mischief – they mean war, or at least control. That has many experts questioning whether the wars of the future will be fought on a digital front. It sounds like an improvement over on-the-ground warfare, but you'll be amazed by the level of damage that can be wreaked by some of these new super viruses. This infographic from Veracode shows some of cyberwarfare's recent history, and what its advanced weaponry has accomplished so far.
Infographic by Veracode via visual.ly