A Dutch newspaper claims a Dutch agent was involved in the entry of Stuxnet into Natanz

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A Dutch newspaper claims a Dutch agent was involved in the entry of Stuxnet into Natanz

According to the Dutch newspaper, a Dutch agent was involved in the Stuxnet attack on Natanz.

On Tuesday, 18th of Dey, the Dutch newspaper Volkskrant reported that the Stuxnet computer virus, which targeted the nuclear facilities in Natanz, Iran in 2010, was placed by a Dutch engineer at the site.

Volkskrant states that according to their investigation, a Dutch engineer named Eric van Sabben, who was working for the Dutch intelligence agency, infiltrated the underground nuclear complex in Natanz in 2007 and installed the sophisticated malware-infected equipment there.

According to Volkskrant, reports indicate that this operation, led by the United States and Israel, cost over one billion dollars to develop this malware, and it is highly likely that Eric van Sabben installed it in a water pump in Natanz.


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