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The Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) is a nonpartisan U.S. based group focused on issues of nuclear nonproliferation. Its policy is to disseminate its findings as widely as possible.

It has reported on its December 2010 finding that the Stuxnet worm disabled centrifuges in the Iranian nuclear program.[1]


  1. Mark Clayton (3 January 2011), "Stuxnet attack on Iran nuclear program came about a year ago, report says", Christian Science Monitor