Citing U.S. intelligence sources, ISSSource says an infected memory stick was used to hit the facility with the worm that severely damaged Iran's nuclear program.
Iran’s nuclear program has been hit by a new ‘cyber attack’, the country claims. As Reuters reports, Iran says that it has identified a new hostile worm called ‘Stars’. The attack follows Stuxnet, a worm that mysteriously appeared a... Read Post
Iran sought to reassure its residents today that the nation's nuclear programs are safe from Stuxnet, which might be the scariest computer virus known to man. The intelligence chief said authorities had arrested "nuclear spies," tho... Read Post
The Stuxnet computer worm used to sabotage Iran's nuclear program was planted by a double agent working for Israel. The agent used a booby-trapped memory stick to infect machines deep inside the Natanz nuclear facility, according to... Read Post