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Originally posted by Outofcontrol
Why do people associate "hacking of a nuclear facility" with "internet"?
I mean... you really know what you're talking about? I dont think so...
Why does the facility has to have internet to be hacked?
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
As if Iran would do this as a plan to blame a future meltdown on another country, they would never want to see their own country exposed to a nuclear meltdown.edit on 22/6/2012 by ChaoticOrder because: (no reason given)
I agree, but what if Iran's afraid that a meltdown could be caused by the virus(es)? They can at least say "We said it was happening at the start, and now we have a nuclear meltdown poisoning our people and the region as a whole".
Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
Iran needs to hire some IT pros, experts and blackhats to keep the systems defended and image the computers regularly every day so no viruses can get to them...
Originally posted by Ben81
Just heard it from CNN has breaking news .. CNN Video Link
Iran just claimed officialy that it is under a massive cyber attack from the US and Israel
and their nuclear facilities might be at great risk
How responsible from the US and Israel to risk another Fukushima
by sending a virus that can crash vital system of a nuclear site
this could go very wrong .. do they want to kill everyone on Iran by radiations ..
If Iran claim official to the world that it is currently under massive cyber attack
then that must mean something very grave happenned because of that virusedit on 6/22/2012 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by fentanyl
reply to post by Ben81
Are you truly so stupid to believe anything Iran says. I read how many haters of america are on this forum and it amazes me how gullible they are.