U.S. Infrastructure Computers Called Vulnerable

Just as the computers that ran Iran's nuclear program were sabotaged and crippled by a cyber "super worm" virus, the software used to run much of America's industrial, transportation and power infrastructure -- including nuclear power plants and major airports -- is vulnerable to cyber attack, and two software companies have revealed dozens of successful hacks to prove it. The issue lies in specialized software systems sold by Siemens, Iconics, 7-Technologies and others to power plants and other infrastructure.