Khamenei thinks he can control a nation of "microbes" but did not expect a foreign "worm's" retaliation ? ;0)
22-Nov-2010 (3 comments)

The Stuxnet worm might be partly responsible for delays in Iran's nuclear programme, says a former UN nuclear inspections official.

Olli Heinonen, deputy director at the UN's nuclear watchdog until August, said the virus might be behind Iran's problems with uranium enrichment.

Discovered in June, Stuxnet is the first worm to target control systems found in industrial plants.

Iran has denied that delays to its nuclear plans were caused by Stuxnet.

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Sargord Pirouz

For all the hype, let's wait

by Sargord Pirouz on

For all the hype, let's wait and see what the centrifuge figures are in the upcoming IAEA report. For all we know, this could be a load of hype.


60% of all the infections caused by Stuxnet are in Iran!

by Anonymouse on

We'll hear more about Stuxnet in 2011.  It is really a new front. 

Everything is sacred

Darius Kadivar

No wonder You don't have the competence ;0)

by Darius Kadivar on

Despite the fact that a worm moves even slower than a Fly ...

SATIRE: The Extraordinary Tale of The Persistent Fly ;0)