In a recent interview, Gen. Mike Hayden, former director of the CIA, called the Stuxnet virus a "good idea."
"'This was a good idea, all right? But I also admit this was a big idea too,' Hayden said in an interview to be broadcast Sunday night on the CBS program '60 Minutes,'" writes CNET News' Charles Cooper.
"Hayden, who also once ran the National Security Agency, denied knowing who was behind Stuxnet," Cooper writes.
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