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CYBERSECURITY/IRAN
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December 02, 2011
John Bumgarner, a cyber warfare expert who is chief technology officer of the U.S. Cyber Consequences...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
To match Insight - CYBERSECURITY/IRAN
John Bumgarner, a cyber warfare expert who is chief technology officer of the U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit, a non-profit group that studies the impact of cyber threats, works on his laptop computer during a portrait session in Charlotte, North Carolina December 1, 2011. A cyber warfare expert claims he has linked the Stuxnet computer virus that attacked Iran's nuclear program in 2010 to Conficker, a mysterious worm that surfaced in late 2008 and infected millions of PCs. Conficker was used to open back doors into computers in Iran, then infect them with Stuxnet, according to research Bumgarner, a retired U.S. Army special-operations veteran and former intelligence officer. To match Insight - CYBERSECURITY/IRAN REUTERS/John Adkisson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY MILITARY)
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