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On Retirement, Israeli General Takes Credit for Stuxnet Attacks

February 15th, 2011 02:16 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

The Military

dinscott writes “Last month, The New York Times run a story about Stuxnet having been developed by the Americans and the Israelis as a part of a joint project, but it was based on the claims by confidential sources. But, it now seems that the information from these sources was correct. The Haaretz — Israel’s oldest daily newspaper — reports about the a surprising video that was played at a party organized for General Gabi Ashkenazi’s last day on the job.”

Source: On Retirement, Israeli General Takes Credit for Stuxnet Attacks

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