Falkenrath Says Stuxnet Virus May Have Origin in Israel: Video
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Falkenrath Says Stuxnet Virus May Have Origin in Israel: Video

Sept. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Richard Falkenrath, a principal at Chertoff Group and a Bloomberg Television contributing editor, discusses the Stuxnet computer virus. The worm targets Siemens AG software used to control industrial equipment and may be aimed at destroying Iran's controversial nuclear facility, according to Ralph Langner, a German industrial controls safety expert, the Financial Times reported. Falkenrath, speaking from Washington, talks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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