Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Revealed: America's cyber strike plan on Iran

In case the diplomatic efforts to reach a deal on Iran's controversial nuclear program failed, it was revealed Tuesday that the US had a very intricate contingency plan, involving a massive cyberattack crippling the leading state sponsor of terror.

The cyberattack plan, termed Nitro Zeus, was revealed in a New York Times report Tuesday from findings in a coming documentary film and interviews with military and intelligence officials involved in the effort.

Particularly in the early years of US President Barack Obama's presidency the plan was given great priority, so as to provide Obama with an alternate to full out war with Iran if diplomatic efforts on Tehran's nuclear program were to have failed and Iran attacked the US or its allies. (READ MORE)