Categories Asides Cyber Missile Post author By Matt Post date December 1, 2010 9 Comments on Cyber Missile Mystery Surrounds Cyber Missile That Crippled Iran’s Nuclear Weapons Ambitions, such a cool story. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Groupon WP → TechFellow Award 9 replies on “Cyber Missile” Absolute badness. But now I’m not sure which is scarier… the nukes or the worm…. Far out. I have nothing else I can say. That article read like a movie. I loved the little reveal in the last paragraph. If they’re able to look at the code (Myrtus, Deadf007), does that mean it’s open source? If so… potential Automattic acquisition? So now the worm has been discovered and the Iranians can work around it, it explains why 2 Iranian nuclear scientists had bombs attached to their cars by passing motorcyclists as they drove to work last week. An act of state-sponsored terrorism the received little coverage in western media. Both ops seem like something Mossad would get up to. Certainly an excellent article. I particularly like the comparison with the F35 and World War 1.Stuxnet is sure a revolution in cyber-war (as opposed to an evolution)! Thank you for sharing the article. It was awesome and scary at the same time. Myrtus got me smiling but DEADF*** and the last two cracked me up. I suspect that the deed was done by a star chamber of 3 private individuals from the U.S., Germany and Israel. And I also suspect that there’ll be a huge order of Mac Pro’s from Iran soon 🙂 Not as exciting prose, but likely a accurate and less speculative and sensational article: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/praveenswami/100065317/iran%E2%80%99s-nuclear-programme-what-stuxnet-did-and-what-it-can%E2%80%99t-do/ That article does suggest that were was an espionage element to the worm. One of the professors killed near my parents house in Tehran. It’s like everybody forgot how bad a war can be! Comments are closed.