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What happens after Stuxnet?


The New York Times recently reported he Stuxnet computer worm that seems to have debilitated Iran's nuclear program was tested here in Israel.

Experts believe the worm might have set back Iran's nuclear program by as much as two years or more. However, many are asking, then what? What happens in two years or however long it takes for Iranian engineers to solve the Stuxnet problem?

Few expect Iran to stop its drive for a nuclear weapon. We asked Israeli expert Ephraim Inbar, with the BESA Center, what would happen to the Middle East and the surrounding regions if Iran gets "the bomb."

His answer is very sobering.

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# RE: What happens after Stuxnet?

Who predicted Stuxnet? It was quite a surprise. It seems that the entire internet is quite vulnerable to meltdown at least in certain areas. Hold on to your verifiable records like paper copy.
Left by James H. on Jan 25, 2011 9:13 AM