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Perez Rosalinda |
28 March 2011 at 22:04
A review occasioned by Leuren's work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U5uOzjLI0c evoked the following comment by realspacemodels: Stuxnet was not designed to be a Windows system. It was not designed to cripple reactors...it was designed to cripple nuclear PROCESSING plants. Reactors don't have centrafuges. You make a lot of conclusions without any evidence." What does Leuren have to say about that?
22 April 2011 at 16:09
Stuxnet was clearly designed to sabotage the controllers in operating systems in power plants but it has widespread applications, and was probably first intended to be used at the Bushehr (nuke plant) or Nantaz (enrichment facility) facilities in Iran. Stuxnet is non-generic and can sabotage auto assembly lines, ships, planes, power plants... etc. in fact anything with even a partial automated assembly program. It was not designed to be a Windows system, correct, but was designed to attack the operating systems that are off grid and offline at power plants. It has to be introduced from a USB stick or as a worm from a laptop or computer that is introduced to the power plant by a system monitoring technician. I was talking fast and did not clearly explain the difference between the Bushehr Nuclear power plant and Nantaz enrichment facilities. The YouTube video clip of Ralph Langner presenting how he discovered the Stuxnet virus is very clear and easy to understand if people want to hear straight from the horse's mouth.
Leuren Moret |
22 April 2011 at 16:28
Doesn't a role for Stuxnet hinge on the Fukushima plants reliance on Seimens supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)? The fact that these plants were built by GE suggests that for Stuxnet to have played a role there would, the reactors would have had to have been using Seimens scada. Is that correct and if so, are there smoking gun links showing that the GE built plants were being run on Seimens scada?
23 April 2011 at 08:42
Doesn't a role for Stuxnet hinge on the Fukushima plants reliance on Seimens supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) software? The fact that these plants were built by GE suggests that, for Stuxnet to have played a role, the reactors would have had to have been using Seimens scada. Is that correct and, if so, are there smoking-gun links showing that the GE built plants were being run on Seimens scada?
23 April 2011 at 08:51
At Ask.com, I asked "Were Fukushima's reactors run on Siemens supervisory control and data acquisition (scada) software" and was told "The control system has nothing to do with what happened. Essentially the reactors shut down as designed with the earthquake, but the tsunami washed out the diesel generators and their fuel supplies that are needed when power to the plant from the external grid is lost. They also lost their seawater pumps that are used for secondary cooling (condensing the steam to send it back to the reactor). This combination put the plant in a very tenuous situation. There may be some inadequate procedure and training issues that were the final straw. We know that they were so focused on the reactors that they failed to recognize the situation in the spent fuel pools before it was too late. And thus what should have been the easiest problem the deal with became possibly the worst. Control systems have nothing to do with any of this."
23 April 2011 at 14:13
I confirmed from reports in the media that Siemens controllers were used in the Fukushima plant, and they are the types the Stuxnet was written for - to attack and sabotage the operating systems. The first mention of the Stuxnet virus with regard to Fukushima was in the Yomiuri News, a newspaper that was the strongest supporter of the introduction of nuclear power to Japan, and greatest influence in convincing the Japanese people to accept nuclear power. The man who started Yomiuri news had ties to the military/underworld in Japan. Also I was able to establish a timeline going back to 2007 and even earlier, that established that Siemens sent a team to work for 2007-2008 at the Idaho Nuclear Engineering Lab (DOE) with a US team where they created the virus. It was then transferred to Israel, where they tested it and may have even modified it, and through Israel it was introduced to the Nantaz operating system in Iran. The fingerprint of the GE/Westinghouse/Rockefellers is all over Stuxnet and Fukushima events. And FORBES magazine (Rockefellers) recently came out with strong statements blaming the Chinese for sabotaging Nantaz, but that does not make sense since China gets its cheapest and best oil from Iran - and sells them weapons when even Russia will no longer sell weapons to Iran. I knew that US National Labs (nuke labs) had to be involved with the creation of Stuxnet, after all they developed the backbone of the internet and the US Navy runs/owns the cyber world. The development of the Stuxnet virus would be the ultimate cyber weapon that allow the US to attack any automated part of the infrastructure in any country (including the US) and enhances the use of HAARP tectonic and weather modification weapons... which is exactly what the Fukushima disaster incorporated.
Leuren Moret |
23 April 2011 at 14:23
Stuxnet was clearly designed to sabotage the controllers in operating systems in power plants but it has widespread applications, and was probably first intended to be used at the Bushehr (nuke plant) or Nantaz (enrichment facility) facilities in Iran. Stuxnet is non-generic and can sabotage auto assembly lines, ships, planes, power plants...
MBT Tabia |
05 July 2011 at 09:06
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10 January 2012 at 04:00
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