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- Stuxnet: What really happened
February 15, 2011, 6:13 am
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The Stuxnet worm was used to blow up the Deep sea horizon oil rig in response to
BP lobbying the release of the Lockerbie bomber.
It was carried out by a bunch of folks in Scotland, and were given jobs in GCHQ
afterwards, because they (UK Government) were so impressed with it.
The folks employed in the aftermath of Stuxnet, formed a new group within the
agency and were given funding to develop more weapons for the government for
future deployment against adversaries.
by SergeM256 February 14, 2011 3:31 PM PST
Why would our government sabotage BP in general and oil rig in our waters in
by n3td3v February 14, 2011 9:35 PM PST
It wasn't a government it was private citizens upset with the bomber release in
They were caught afterwards by the UK Government and offered immunity and jobs
because of their skill set.
Do read what I said originally, at no point does it say a government was behind
What you can say though is the UK Government are now shielding those responsible
in a bargin offer.
UK Government said, you work for us at GCHQ and we'll say nothing to anyone
about your involvement in Stuxnet.
You don't work for us, we hand you over to Scotland Yard and the media, its your
Read the original thread at:
Re: Stuxnet: What really happened
Where are your facts and analysis to back up this assertion?
I prefer Symantec's paper, w32_stuxnet_dossier.pdf, available here:
They say it was a targeted attack on five different organizations and
all have a presence in Iran.
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