Comments for: Massive cyberattack on Iran came from U.S., report says

Posted June 01, 2012, at 10:33 p.m.

LOS ANGELES — It reads like a riveting sci-fi novel, but it’s stunningly real: A super-sophisticated malicious computer virus burrowed its way into Iran’s nuclear facilities and took down several parts of the operation. And it came from the U.S. In 2010, it was the United States who launched Stuxnet, …

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  • Anonymous

    Spying is actually stuff that children read about when they are growing up and learn what stupid people do to cheat on their test question’s answers. The uS does not impress me today as an adult when it resorts to acts similar and never did when I was younger.

  • Anonymous

    So, its War is it!  I guess this means every missile sitting in every silo everywhere in America is fair target for cyber attack, only safeguard is a button for a human finger.  Been that way for years, I guess.  Have we started poisoning each others mathematicians yet?

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