Iran has determined future locations to build 16 new nuclear power plants. The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says under a long-term objective, it will build its new power plants along the coastal regions of the Persian Gulf, the Sea of Oman, and the North-Western regions.
The head of the atomic energy organization of Iran says it's no secret that the country has installed hundreds of advanced centrifuge machines for enriching uranium at its Natanz nuclear power plant.
Head of Iran's Civil Defense Organization Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali stressed that Iranian experts and engineers enjoy the full capability to detect and foil enemy plots against the country's infrastructures, and described parallel uranium enrichment in Natanz and Fordo plants as the masterpiece of Iran's civil defense in foiling possible enemy attacks.
Programmers at the National Security Agency and in the Israeli military created a series of worms to attack the computers that control Iran’s nuclear enrichment center at Natanz. The attacks were repeated for several years, and each time the programs varied to make them difficult to detect. One of the variants escaped from Natanz and became public.
1. Programmers at the National Security Agency and in the Israeli military write a “beacon” program that can map out the workings of the plant.