Iranian nuclear plant steps up operations

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Earlier this year, foreign intelligence reports said the plant’s control systems were penetrated by Stuxnet, a malicious computer software.

Iran maintained that Stuxnet was found only on several laptops belonging to plant employees and didn’t affect the facility. Tehran later blamed the U.S. and Israel of being behind Stuxnet, saying the worm was part of a covert plan by Iran‘s enemies to sabotage its nuclear program.

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