Hodjanernes Blog

18 november 2011

Israels elektroniske våben mod Iran

Filed under: Israel, TrumfEs, Uran — Tags: , — trumfes @ 17:36

At dømme efter den ansete journalist Eli Lake har Israel mulighed for at lamme Iran ved et eventuelt angreb på Iran


Her er en et år gammel artikel fra jerusalem Post om samme emne:


Det er ikke kun Israel, der er bekymret ved tanket om at Iran anskaffer sig våben. Den arabiske verden vil have USA til at angribe Iran inden årets udgang . Fat chance med Obama som præsident.


Og til sidst en meget interessant artikel om at det kunne være virussen Stuxnet, som forårsagede den store ødelæggelse på en Iransk raketbase:


28 april 2011

Stuxnet er et masseødelæggelsesvåben

Filed under: Danmark, EU, Europa, Evidens, Hodja, Internationalt, Israel, IT, Teknologi, Uran, USA/Canada, Våben, Videnskab — Tags: — Hodja @ 22:47

Tysk sikkerhedsekspert om Stuxnet:

Stuxnet’s programming is “rocket science,” he said, presenting some lines of code from the cyber-virus before his high-tech audience. “It’s way above everything that we have ever seen before.” The people behind it were “very professional, they knew all the bits and bytes,” he explained. “They probably even knew the shoe size of the operator [at the Natanz plant],” he added.


while showing a map that marked Western countries (Israel not included) in green. “So unfortunately, the biggest number of targets for such attacks are not in the Middle East. They are in the United States, in Europe and in Japan. So all the green areas, these are your target-rich environments. We have to face the consquences and we better start to prepare right now.”

Tip: G.G.

Yderligere om Stuxnet: Contrary to the claim made by the Iranian Center for Non-Military Preemptive Defense, the Stuxnet virus has disabled Iran’s nuclear centers.

24 november 2010

Stuxnet skaber fortsat voldsomme problemer for Uran

Filed under: Hodja, Islam, IT, Jihad, Muslim World, Teknologi, Uran, Våben — Tags: , — Hodja @ 13:53

Despite Iranian claims in October that their nuclear systems were cleansed of the Stuxnet virus, debkafile’s intelligence and Iranian sources confirm that the invasive malworm is still making trouble.

It shut down uranium enrichment at Natanz for a week from Nov. 16 to 22 over breakdowns caused by mysterious power fluctuations in the operation of the centrifuge machines enriching uranium at Natanz.


According to an exclusive report reaching debkafile, Stuxnet is also in the process of raiding Iran’s military systems, sowing damage and disorder in its wake.

Tip: G.G.


A secret report bt the International Atomic Energy Agency leaked on Tuesday said that Iran had been forced to suspend activity on enriching uranium, because of “technical problems” that have surfaced in thousands of centrifuges at its Natanz nuclear reactor.

18 november 2010

Dagens tekniske indslag

Filed under: Hodja, IT, Teknologi, Uran, Våben — Tags: , — Hodja @ 08:36

Hvordan inficerer Stuxnet ormen PLC’er?

Mere her.

Tip: G.G.

30 september 2010

Uran i panik over Stuxnet-ormen

Filed under: Hodja, Internationalt, Islam, IT, Jihad, Muslim World, Uran, Våben — Tags: , , — Hodja @ 10:22

Tehran this week secretly appealed to a number of computer security experts in West and East Europe with offers of handsome fees for consultations on ways to exorcize the Stuxnet worm spreading havoc through the computer networks and administrative software of its most important industrial complexes and military command centers.

The impression debkafile sources gained Wednesday, Sept. 29 from talking to European computer experts approached for aid was that the Iranians are getting desperate. Not only have their own attempts to defeat the invading worm failed, but they made matters worse: The malworm became more aggressive and returned to the attack on parts of the systems damaged in the initial attack.

One expert said: “The Iranians have been forced to realize that they would be better off not ‘irritating’ the invader because it hits back with a bigger punch.”

Looking beyond Iran’s predicament, he wondered whether the people responsible for planting Stuxnet in Iran – and apparently continuing to offload information from its sensitive systems – have the technology for stopping its rampage.

“My impression,” he said, “is that somebody outside Iran has partial control at least on its spread. Can this body stop malworm in its tracks or kill it? We don’t have that information at present, he said.

While Tehran has given out several conflicting figures on the systems and networks struck by the malworm – 30,000 to 45,000 industrial units – debkafile’s sources cite security experts as putting the figure much higher, in the region of millions. If this is true, then this cyber weapon attack on Iran would be the greatest ever.

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