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New Worm Takes Down Iranian Nuke Plant, Plays Loud AC/DC

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The website NTG reported that an Iranian nuclear scientist told a colleague in Finland about the newest cyber worm which has paralyzed Iran’s nuclear plants.

The Finish scientist, Mikko H. Hypponen, from Helsinki, the chief security research officer at F-Secure, an anti-virus software company, has quoted an email he received from the Iranian scientist, saying “Our nuclear program has once again been attacked by a new worm, which hit the computer systems in Nataz and Fordo.”

According to the scientist, the worm comes with some unusual side effects: the infected computers started to play at high volume the song Thunderstruck by the band AC/DC, in the middle of the night and without any prior warning.

Hypponen said he had no way of confirming the veracity of the story, but he knows for sure that the email has indeed been sent by a real scientist from the Iranian nuclear program.

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6 Responses to “New Worm Takes Down Iranian Nuke Plant, Plays Loud AC/DC”

  1. Tex Guest says:

    THIS IS THE BEST THING THAT'S HAPPENED IN A LONNNNGGGGGGG TIME!

  2. Tex Guest says:

    LOVE IT AND THE SONG !

  3. Tex Guest says:

    ANGUS HAS STRUCK AGAIN..

  4. Mark Bird says:

    Followed by Porcupine trees Radioactive toy.

  5. Sylvia Reardon says:

    I know Tex Guest…I laughed my ass off pictures those guys **** their pants when that song blares unexpectedly in the middle of the night. Whoever did it had an AWESOME sense of humor.

  6. Sylvia Reardon says:

    I know Tex Guest…I laughed my ass off picturing those guys ****tin their pants when that song blares unexpectedly in the middle of the night. Whoever did it had an AWESOME sense of humor.

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