(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
In January 2010, inspectors from The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) began to believe that something was wrong with Iran's uranium enrichment plant in Natanz. Nearer the summer, a new computer virus appeared at VirusBlokAda, an obscure antivirus company in Belarus. It would take half a year and data security experts from several countries before the connection could finally be established Stuxnet and the problems in Iran. This was the first time a digital weapon was discovered in use. "Welcome to the cyber war," Ralph Langner declared in the blog post, which finally showed how Stuxnet worked.
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