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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Obama ordered a cyber attack against Iran that he lost control


After arriving in the White House, U.S. President Barack Obama intensified a campaign against cibertataques secret nuclear program of Iran, with which the United States, with the help of Israel, came to disable 1,000 centrifuges at Natanz plant, a fifth of those who were active. The virus used Natanz escaped in 2010, was replicated on the Internet exploiting a bug in the Windows operating system and was baptized by security experts as Stuxnet. The New York Times on Friday revealed the existence of that program of cyber attacks, dubbed by the administration of George W. Bush operation Olympics. Further detailed in a forthcoming book, entitled 'Confrontation and concealment: the secret wars and the surprising use of American power to Obama, " writer David Sanger. The idea of ​​attacking Iran over Internet emerged in 2006 as a resource secrecy and low profile after the waves of criticism of the White House because of the invasion of Iraq. First, a program surreptitiously infiltrated the computer networks of Natanz, to send information about your operation at the National Security Agency, which specializes in spying techniques. With these data, the U.S. designed the virus, with the help of Israel. When Obama took over from Bush, he encouraged him in a secret meeting, to keep the attacks, for two reasons: they were effective in slowing Iran's nuclear program and prevented Israel considered an attack against Tehran immediately , something that could further destabilize the delicate balance of the Middle East. The current president ignored him, and even stepped up attacks. In spring 2010, the Trojans came to disable the 1,000 centrifuges. According to U.S. intelligence has learned through intercepted communications, officials of the Iranian nuclear program did not know what was happening at Natanz when the virus began attacking centrifuges in 2008. They began to operate defectively, too quickly or too slowly. Quarantined Eventually much of its equipment and laid off some of the technical, suspecting sabotage. Finally, could identify Stuxnet, which at that time was out of control, even for the U.S. authorities. In the summer of 2010, a programming error, the Trojan infected laptop of an Iranian scientist, who inadvertently released by the network media around the world echoed him in 2010 and named it Stuxnet while infecting thousands of computers in Iran, Indonesia, India and the U.S., among other nations. U.S. did not recognize, until a few months, which is developing weapons of attack on the Internet. To date, however, their use has not admitted.The Times has collected this information over 18 months of interviews with senior U.S. officials on condition of anonymity. According to these, the intention of the White House was to prevent Tehran could get to develop a nuclear strike capability in the near future.

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