Biden, Ryan Battle Over Iran but Steer Clear of Cyberwar
Early in last night's vice presidential debate, questions came up about what to do over Iran's nuclear program. Things got fierce.
Authorities first discovered Stuxnet, a vastly complex computer worm, in 2010, after it had crept onto the computer systems controlling Iran's nuclear centrifuges and caused a few of them to go haywire. It was widely believed at the time to be a joint operation between the U.S. and Israel.
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