Drones out of control of US – Infected By Lethal Virus
The virus infected every keystroke of the remotely based drone pilots.
There has been no confirmed incidents of lost or leaked classified information to an outside source, according to network security specialists.
“We keep wiping it off, and it keeps coming back,” a source familiar with the network infection said. “We think it’s benign. But we just don’t know.”
Specialists are not sure whether the virus and its so-called “key logger” payload were introduced intentionally or by accident.
Specialists also do not know exactly how far the virus has spread.
The US has been using drones in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan under the pretext of eradicating militants, but the aerial attacks claim the lives of innocent civilians.
Since President Barack Obama took office, a fleet of approximately 30 CIA-directed drones have hit targets in Pakistan more than 230 times, according to the The Washington Post.
More than 150 additional Predator and Reaper drones, under US Air Force control, watch over the fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq.
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