Don't celebrate yet.Stuxnet not limited to Iran alone.We're all at risk. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • New York Bob
    • 28.09.10 | 12:39 (IST)

    I think this Stuxnet thing's been way over exaggerated.I mean, to think that there are no brains in Iran that know how windows or any other OS operate in order to fix this problem is nothing but an insult bordering on nothing but racism and exposes one's ignorance. That the people of Iran are so dumb they can't fix their PC virus problems.Can you imagine that? What if Iran starts spamming people in the west with the same Stuxnet they've created?It's stupid to think the WWW(internet) and windows operating system's limited to Iranians only.Everybody uses it hence no one's immune.And also to think that this malware's gonna stop Iran's nuclear program's laughable at best..Let wait and see.

    from the article: 'Computer virus in Iran actually targeted larger nuclear facility'
    First published 01:11 28.09.10 | Last updated 03:33 28.09.10
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