Electronic spy stone discovered in Iran

Electronic spy stone discovered in Iran
Lasts backstage confrontation between the West and Iran. Not so long ago, the media in Tehran were told about the unusual incident that took place to be in close proximity to the plant, which Iranian nuclear scientists are engaged in uranium enrichment. Security forces in patrolling the area found a suspicious stone which was in appearance like a splinter mountains. But as security approached the stone, he suddenly exploded, reports Snews.ru.

After that incident, a study was conducted that showed that the fragment was not a splinter of the mountain, and was the real electrical device. Apparently, this device monitored the surrounding countryside, and then transmit data via satellite links. It is possible that the device was laid programm self-destruct at the moment when it was revealed by third parties.

Such devices consume Western intelligence agencies for a long time. One of those who intensively uses electrical pebbles are the British and the Israelis. Such stones Israeli special services consumed on the ground in Lebanon.

Iranian media report that for some time before the suicide bombing spyware stone of the area of ​​uranium enrichment quite suddenly out of order transmission lines that serve nuclear facility. Now there is a version that the failure of the power supply systems has been associated with the actions of this most electric stone.

Due to natural causes, such technology standards are strictly hidden. Such stones are comfortable that they follow the contours of the landscape and not arouse suspicion.

About 10 years ago there was a source of interference, which weighed about 2.7 kg. Its title — WolfPack. OH was used for ejection interference allowing disrupt communication between the elements of the communication system of the enemy. If we connect these devices to the network, you can get an object that will have a significant impact on the electronics.

The story of the spy rock soon surfaced not only in Lebanon or Iran, and in Russia.

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