A new account of the Stuxnet worm attack on Iran's nuclear processing plants says one of four servers controlling Stuxnet was in Thailand.
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad inspects the uranium-processing centrifuges. At the time of this photo in 2009, the Stuxnet worm was causing major problems in the Iranian project to refine nuclear fuel. (File photo)
A summary of the report on Wednesday by correspondent Tim Greene of Network World said the command and control servers were concealed on the internet, with "unavailable" IP addresses.
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