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Mystery malware hits Iran Atomic organization, blasts AC/DC at night

Japan readies new robot to probe crippled nuclear plant

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Can a pint-sized explorer help find leaks in Fukushima's reactors? Sakura has radiation shielding, a camera, and a microphone to look for cracks in the nuclear fuel vessel. [Read more]...
Japan readies new robot to probe crippled nuclear plant

CBS's "60 Minutes" Casts Its Eye on Stuxnet Worm

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It’s been almost two years since the infamous and mysterious computer worm known as Stuxnet was first detected by a team of researchers in Belarus. Opinions on this vary, but the worm that is said to have caused explosions at certain nuclear installations in Iran is thought to have...
CBS's "60 Minutes" Casts Its Eye on Stuxnet Worm
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DailyDirt: Nuclear Power Won't Go Away

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Someday, the world will run out of fossil fuels to burn. But maybe we can avoid running out of fossil fuels by figuring out another energy source, so we won't need to burn hydrocarbons to produce electricity. Nuclear fission is just one possible energy source that could potentially replace coal,...
DailyDirt: Nuclear Power Won't Go Away

Report: Flame part of US-Israeli cyberattack campaign against Iran

www.computerworld.com
The highly sophisticated Flame malware was jointly developed by the U.S. and Israeli governments in preparation for a cybersabotage campaign to disrupt Iran's nuclear fuel enrichment efforts, according to a media report....
Report: Flame part of US-Israeli cyberattack campaign against Iran
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