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|Natanz Fuel Enrichment Plant and Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran.<ref>G Kessler, [http://voices.washingtonpost.com/checkpoint-washington/2010/11/new_research_confirms_irans_nu.html “New research confirms Iran's nuclear program was target of Stuxnet worm”], (15 November 2010), <i>The Washington Post</i>.  </ref> The worm infected both plants damaging a number of centrifuges installed in the Natanz nuclear facilities.<ref>P Hafezi, [https://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran/iran-admits-cyber-attack-on-nuclear-plants-idUSTRE6AS4MU20101129 “Iran admits cyber attack on nuclear plants”], (29 November 2010), <i>Reuters</i>. </ref>
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|Natanz nuclear facility and Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran.<ref>G Kessler, [http://voices.washingtonpost.com/checkpoint-washington/2010/11/new_research_confirms_irans_nu.html “New research confirms Iran's nuclear program was target of Stuxnet worm”], (15 November 2010), <i>The Washington Post</i>.  </ref> The worm infected both plants damaging a number of centrifuges installed in the Natanz nuclear facilities.<ref>P Hafezi, [https://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran/iran-admits-cyber-attack-on-nuclear-plants-idUSTRE6AS4MU20101129 “Iran admits cyber attack on nuclear plants”], (29 November 2010), <i>Reuters</i>. </ref>
 
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|By altering the regulation of the rotors speed, Stuxnet has been able to cause the failure of a number of centrifuges. A report shows that between the end of 2009 and early 2010, about 1,000 centrifuges at a Fuel Enrichment Plant facility in Natanz, Iran, had to be replaced, implying that those centrifuges were broken.<ref>D Albright, P Brannan, C Walrond, [https://isis-online.org/uploads/isis-reports/documents/stuxnet_FEP_22Dec2010.pdf “Did Stuxnet Take Out 1,000 Centrifuges at the Natanz Enrichment Plant?”], (22 December 2010), report from the <i>Institute for Science and International Security.</i>.</ref>  
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|By altering the regulation of the centrifuge’s rotor speed, Stuxnet has been able to cause the failure of a number of nuclear power plant centrifuges. A report shows that between the end of 2009 and early 2010, about 1,000 centrifuges at a power plant facility in Natanz, Iran, had to be replaced, implying that those centrifuges were broken.<ref>D Albright, P Brannan, C Walrond, [https://isis-online.org/uploads/isis-reports/documents/stuxnet_FEP_22Dec2010.pdf “Did Stuxnet Take Out 1,000 Centrifuges at the Natanz Enrichment Plant?”], (22 December 2010), report from the <i>Institute for Science and International Security.</i>.</ref>  
 
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