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Posted by Bright Pebbles 2012-02-24 08:40||
#2 Yeah, give us a hint that might inspire us to watch a 30 minute video.
Posted by SteveS 2012-02-24 11:00||
#3 Malware to steal iranian credit card numbers?
Illegal internet gambling software the became self aware?
The pushiest penis pill ad ever, stuck in a loop?
Google's new beta version with enhanced privacy intrusion?
The possibilities are endless.
Posted by bigjim-CA 2012-02-24 13:29||
#4 Basically stuxnet was coded by someone with working knowledge of the Iranian nuclear set up. And it was written to deceive not to destroy the process. Very interesting clip I recommend it.
Posted by airandee 2012-02-24 13:52||
#5 Actually it's an hour video, and the good stuff comes around the 40 - 45 minute mark.
1) The really destructive code was only 2 lines. The rest of the code was making sure the attacks occurred randomly.
2) He concludes that the team(s) that wrote this built a mirror copy of the Iranian uranium enrichment facility to make sure the attack would work as designed.
Posted by Frozen Al 2012-02-24 13:55||
#6 The capper is the virus that comes after STUXNET. It collected all the data and sent it back to the original programmers so they could see the effects of what they had done. Bottom line, it killed 1,000 centerfuge and even the brag video on Iran TV proved it.