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    Thursday, October 14, 2010

    Stuxnet 1.0, 2.0, 3.0

    Stuxnet 2.0

    We were going to write about the next generation of Stuxnet.
    But realized the Iranian Reactor Stuxnet is the 2.0 version.

    This paradigm was developed from paradigm Intel, BSU's
    and OSINT.

    The face of stuxnet.

    US to Iran CHECKMATE:

    From our post of 

    The trade publication Nucleonics Week, let me summarize an article that appeared in its Oct. 8 issue. It reported that Iran's supply of low-enriched uranium -- the potential feedstock for nuclear bombs -- appears to have certain "impurities" that "could cause centrifuges to fail" if the Iranians try to boost it to weapons grade.

    The impurities, certain metallic fluoride compounds, would interfere with centrifuge enrichment" at Iran's facility at Natanz
    From one of our sources inside the beltway.
    "Their uranium is highly contaminated with molybdenum hexafluoride (MoF6)."

    If they try and use it in the centrifuges it destroys them.
    Iran took it all out and dumped it, they have no idea how
    it happened.

    Our hypothesis is Stuxnet 1.0 did the deed.

    And the current version of Stuxnet is 2.0,
    and was meant to be discovered.
    Version 1.0 is much stealthier, and as of yet
    still undiscovered.

    Version 2.0 exposure alone will stop Iran
    from trying to produce nukes.
    2.0 is built for persistence, Iran still
    can't get rid of it, if it exist on any of 
    the PC's or control machines it will
    reinfect everything, unless you kill
    every instance of it all at once.

    1.0 is much stealthier and has to date
    still avoided exposure. And is hiding 
    through Irans infrastructure, and if
    Iran is successful in killing 2.0 then
    the invisible will reinfect 2.0 all
    over again, Iran's Nuclear bomb
    program is doomed.

    And if Iran knows 2.0 is looking they
    will not try and restart a bomb program.
    They might try and rebuild the reactors
    and centrifuges but run the risk of infection
    they can't seem to kill.

    Our report from the Russians indicated
    Stuxnet successfully hit 1368 of 5000 centrifuges 
    at the uranium enrichment plant at Natanz, as 
    well as disrupted launch date of nuclear plant 
    at Bushehr.

    At this point Iran cannot even start an enrichment 
    program to make a nuke. Every time they do
    the product destroys the centrifuges.

    And they don't know why or how.
    Their head scientist  that is the head of the Atomic 
    Energy Organization of Iran , Gholam Reza 
    Aghazadeh (Gholam Reza Aghazadeh) resigned 
    without explanation. The Regime viewed him as
    a failure.

    This is the second time Iran has tried to enrich
    product approaching nuclear bomb grade and 
    is the second time their centrifuges have been 
    destroyed trying.

    Check Mate, 
    Iran is helpless before the cyber techno-threat.

    Stuxnet has crippled the Iranian Nuclear program
    for the foreseeable future.
    As the sanctions cripple the economy.
    Next move "Green Party" regime,
    change. Its up to you now.

    Internet Anthropologist
    Tactical Internet Systems analyst.



    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Just stumblen onto this. I had read about Stuxnet and was terrifically impressed, but I had no idea that there was a precedent and a follow-up (and you wrote this in October.) Great piece. I'll pass it along.

    1:54 PM  

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