FBI Probes Cyberattack Leak

    NATANZ, IRAN - APRIL 9:  A general view of the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, is seen on April 9, 2007, 180 miles south of Tehran, Iran. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced yesterday, April 9, that Iran has stepped up their Uranium enrichment programme, with up to 3,000 isotope separating centrifuges now in operation. The news has brought condemnation from the International Community and the UN. Iran’s top nuclear negotiator Ali Larijani confirmed the scaling-up of activity but declined to elaborate on the subject. (Photo by Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)

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    It’s a case of whodunit. The FBI is trying to figure out who leaked classified information about a U.S. cyberattack against Iran’s nuclear program. Earlier this month, details about the CIA effort were published, leading to the revelation that the agency had used a computer worm called Stuxnet to disrupt Iran’s digital networks. The operation, called Olympic Games, began under the Bush administration and was seen through by President Obama’s administration. Sen. John McCain claimed the leaks were “an attempt to further the president’s political ambitions…at the expense of our national security.”

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