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Thursday
Jun042009

Nuclear plant security details visible from any internet café

Today, any would-be terrorist sitting in a WiFi café can determine guard towers are at U.S. reactors. It is also possible to establish where the plant shift changes occur. It is no problem to determine the location of nearby highways and staging areas that could be involved in an evolving attack plan. Easily viewable are on-site stairwells and ladders. These are not stolen and smuggled photographs. They are all available off the Web, free for the taking. Bit to date, nothing has been done to obscure these images from public view. To read more about this latest security threat, please visit our Security page.