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Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant

 
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Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant
In what is described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, the New York Times says tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm occurred at the Israeli nuclear complex in Dimona.


Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant
In what is described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, the New York Times says tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm occurred at the Israeli nuclear complex in Dimona.
By Reuters

Israel has tested a computer worm believed to have sabotaged Iran's nuclear centrifuges and slowed its ability to develop an atomic weapon, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

In what the Times described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, it said the tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm had occurred over the past two years at the heavily guarded Dimona complex in the Negev desert.

The newspaper cited unidentified intelligence and military experts familiar with Dimona who said Israel had spun centrifuges virtually identical to those at Iran's Natanz facility, where Iranian scientists are struggling to enrich uranium.

[link to www.haaretz.com]
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Re: Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant
There were rumors and speculation about this. Nice that you found a source.
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Re: Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant
In what is described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, the New York Times says tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm occurred at the Israeli nuclear complex in Dimona.


Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant
In what is described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, the New York Times says tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm occurred at the Israeli nuclear complex in Dimona.
By Reuters

Israel has tested a computer worm believed to have sabotaged Iran's nuclear centrifuges and slowed its ability to develop an atomic weapon, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

In what the Times described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, it said the tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm had occurred over the past two years at the heavily guarded Dimona complex in the Negev desert.

The newspaper cited unidentified intelligence and military experts familiar with Dimona who said Israel had spun centrifuges virtually identical to those at Iran's Natanz facility, where Iranian scientists are struggling to enrich uranium.

[link to www.haaretz.com]
 Quoting: Hei 1157339

Test it on yourself before letting it go live.
Revelation 1:7 "Behold, He comes with clouds; and every eye shall see Him, and they also which pierced Him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of Him. Even so, Amen."

Zechariah 12:10 "And I will pour on the house of David, and on the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplications: and they shall look on Me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for Him, as one mourns for his only son, and shall be in bitterness for Him, as one that is in bitterness for his firstborn."
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Israeli propaganda crazyjak
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The U.S. and Israel worked together to release Stuxnet

14 minutes ago

According to the New York Times on Sunday, the Stuxnet Worm was born from a joint operation by American and Israeli officials. The overall aim of the operation, which took nearly two years to complete, was to undermine Iran’s nuclear program.

Citing anonymous intelligence and military sources, the NYT report said that Israel, due largely to the fact they were able to make the P-1 (a tall machine for enriching uranium) work, tested Stuxnet at their Negev Nuclear Research Center in Dimona. The Negev complex is the heart of Israel’s nuclear program

[link to www.thetechherald.com]

Guess time will tell if, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will say anything, and or retaliate.
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Guess Iran is, or has been retaliating.
Iran fuel blockades. No wonder the price of oil is going up.
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In what is described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, the New York Times says tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm occurred at the Israeli nuclear complex in Dimona.


Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant
In what is described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, the New York Times says tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm occurred at the Israeli nuclear complex in Dimona.
By Reuters

Israel has tested a computer worm believed to have sabotaged Iran's nuclear centrifuges and slowed its ability to develop an atomic weapon, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

In what the Times described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, it said the tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm had occurred over the past two years at the heavily guarded Dimona complex in the Negev desert.

The newspaper cited unidentified intelligence and military experts familiar with Dimona who said Israel had spun centrifuges virtually identical to those at Iran's Natanz facility, where Iranian scientists are struggling to enrich uranium.

[link to www.haaretz.com]
 Quoting: Hei 1157339

That is so mindlessly stupid, the Op must be a muzzie....

NO, Israel would NOT test a worm on their nuclear plant-god damn your stupid!!!!!!!!!!

Now, if they said, they test software on independent, duplicate control systems in a mok-up of the power plant, at least that is believable....
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Re: Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant
In what is described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, the New York Times says tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm occurred at the Israeli nuclear complex in Dimona.


Report: Israel tested Iran-bound Stuxnet worm in Dimona nuclear plant
In what is described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, the New York Times says tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm occurred at the Israeli nuclear complex in Dimona.
By Reuters

Israel has tested a computer worm believed to have sabotaged Iran's nuclear centrifuges and slowed its ability to develop an atomic weapon, The New York Times reported on Saturday.

In what the Times described as a joint Israeli-U.S. effort to undermine Iran's nuclear ambitions, it said the tests of the destructive Stuxnet worm had occurred over the past two years at the heavily guarded Dimona complex in the Negev desert.

The newspaper cited unidentified intelligence and military experts familiar with Dimona who said Israel had spun centrifuges virtually identical to those at Iran's Natanz facility, where Iranian scientists are struggling to enrich uranium.

[link to www.haaretz.com]

That is so mindlessly stupid, the Op must be a muzzie....

NO, Israel would NOT test a worm on their nuclear plant-god damn your stupid!!!!!!!!!!

Now, if they said, they test software on independent, duplicate control systems in a mok-up of the power plant, at least that is believable....
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Just reporting the news i found on haaretz -.-
Im christian btw :D :hf:

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