Stuxnet’s Attack Aimed at Reactor?

January 4, 2011
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The Institute for Science and International Security located in Washington recently carried out an analysis of a Stuxnet variant that possibly was responsible for decommissioning a thousand centrifuges situated in the uranium enrichment site namely Natanz previously this year (2010), reports The Jerusalem Post in news on December 24, 2010.

Actually, when an extensive attack by the dangerous PC worm struck PCs in Iran, it was conjectured that the malware possibly aimed at the Bushehr reactor. However, a number of reasons prevail for speculating the target as being on Natanz rather than Bushehr.

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