The Pentagon hasn't released any official confirmation about an assumption that the US created the Stuxnet worm, with the help of Israel, to take Iran's nuclear reactors offline.
NPR spoke to Ralph Langner, the German security expert who was the first in the world to discover Stuxnet. He claims it was the most amazing digital weapon he'd ever seen and knew that something so powerful could only come from one place. "Thinking about it for another minute, if it's not aliens, it's got to be the United States," Langner concluded.
The USA seem to now be in the lead of creating and deploying an online attack with offline damages, but it won't stay that way for long, and the US military is slowly getting anxious. Watch their message below:
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