Experts dissecting the computer worm suspected of being aimed at Iran’s nuclear program have determined that it was precisely calibrated in a way that could send nuclear centrifuges wildly out of control.Their conclusion, while not definitive, begins to clear some of the fog around the Stuxnet worm, a malicious program detected earlier this year on computers, primarily in Iran but also India, Indonesia and other countries.The paternity of the worm is still in dispute, but in recent weeks officials from Israel have broken into wide smiles when asked whether Israel was behind the attack, or knew who was. American officials have suggested it originated abroad.

По-русски изложение этой статьи можно прочитать здесь.  Для понимающих вот тут можно найти все подробности про сам Stuxnet.

Stuxnet is a threat targeting a specific industrial control system likely in Iran, such as a gas pipeline or power plant. The ultimate goal of Stuxnet is to sabotage that facility by reprogramming programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to operate as the attackers intend them to, most likely out of their specified boundaries.

Я, конечно, к понимающим себя не отношу. Но графики, отражающие распространение этой милой игрушки, а также ее специфическую  полезность, говорят сами за себя. Таки СТУХ этот самый  НЕТ. Причем, вполне определенный НЕТ. Туда ему и дорога.

"Такие дела." (С)