FBI investigating leaks over Iran-focused Stuxnet virus

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January 27, 2013 21:36

 
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The FBI is investigating disclosures of classified information regarding the Stuxnet virus which targeted the Iranian nuclear program, The Washington Post reported Saturday.

The inquiry was launched by US Attorney General Eric Holder in June 2012, according to the report. Prosecutors are pursuing “everybody — at pretty high levels, too,” said one person familiar with the investigation. “There are many people who’ve been contacted from different agencies.”


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