Gulf viruses

January 1992
New Scientist;1/18/92, Vol. 133 Issue 1804, p15
Reports on a computer chip inserted into a French printer that Iraq had ordered for Baghdad's air defense system in the Persian Gulf war. The chip was designed by technicians at the National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Md. and carried a virus designed to disable a mainframe computer.


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