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And yes -- trees and I want to get to this flames cyber weapon there's -- fascinating story on foxnews.com.
Written by Jeremy Kaplan about this powerful flame virus that puts it it turned it.
Makes it allows me people like need to understand because I'm not very confused at what.
This virus the supervisors.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- that -- can do all these different things and you were to sort of bomb that could.
You blow stuff up in people's computers but it it's supposedly get spread to include numerous.
Computers in numerous countries including Iran.
Did that they can listen in on conversations recorded conversations sought information -- -- yourself -- the theory computers but what can you guys tell me about.
Yeah I think you know what we're looking at the -- the new approach to international.
Terrorism and and war I mean this is where where it's where countries -- going to be most vulnerable we look at what happened -- Iran -- nuclear program where.
I wipe a virus which this apparently has a portion of it in it could go through and actually wipe out the memories -- -- -- Yes I know why it was called white white received was when -- -- -- -- but this flame has a component of that does that as well this is just no no okay so that's that was the white was one right.
And it was love another.
Well I hate it but move the point is it that you -- I think this is the new weapon and this is.
Engineered by someone.
Well -- -- you people are saying it's probably.
Orchestrated by someone like Israel.
Who would have a good reason to put that into the arena Indians do not only did information but also to wipe their computers.
Relative to their nuclear program.
-- guess it could be used for terrorism like he used to be used for espionage but it is the new wave of do you think they -- going in.
Do you think the people that are very writing viruses like this of the same guys they're hacking into computers and had a week we've befriend these people -- -- you really good at that.
Messing things up can you help the government.
There was interest here is that publishers are with the that your Secret Service in New York image of us who -- on the show.
And and they were going through all the various case -- working on many them financial related where information can compromise.
But but also sharing the number of of government systems that have been.
You entered in with information is taken out -- and many kids under investigation.
Also looking to see how you know people like this operate some cases they are able to -- the government is able to take these people and use them.
To our game in Houston say how can we better protect -- systems how do we know how -- we better secure our infrastructure from this type of an attack but it -- point.
You know something like this appears to be they would call state sponsored you know whether it's the same people who did the attack in Vegas -- and we got to -- -- is a very complex.
Very you know very robust type of virus they can win -- drinking from wipe things clean.
To take screen shots and then through.
Two alternate sites it's it is extremely extremely -- we gotta run but -- -- -- is it possible that this would be even more effective than dropping a bomb on.
It's oh for sure.
It is again for -- technical -- -- in certain cases you getting intelligence.
Without having to put someone actually there yet so if you could know what -- talking about if we're talking about a business deal.
Or you know -- -- two countries talking about a nuclear weapon.
That's what more valuable than actually putting some inside and then having to decipher what the person sending you back.
That plus policy apparently an -- of the system even when he actually you know take command over control panel whether it's.
Manufacturing operation illicit nuclear plant whatever happens to be you can win in remote control us and then wipe it clean we're.
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