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Submission + - Sources in the U.S. government confirm U.S. and Isreali authorship of Stuxnet (washingtonpost.com) 1

bzzfzz writes: While there has been widespread speculation in the technical community that Stuxnet had official sponsorship from the U.S. and Isreal, there was no clear evidence until now. In what appears to be a deliberate leak, "current and former U.S. officials" state that the project code named "Olympic Games" and now known as Stuxnet was initiated under the Bush administration and continued under secret orders from Obama.
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Sources in the U.S. government confirm U.S. and Isreali authorship of Stuxnet

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