The New York Times magazine has released new material about the explosion at the Iranian nuclear facility. Some equipment from the Iranian nuclear facility in Natanz some time ago was sent abroad for repairs, and returned already with 130 kg of explosives planted by unknown persons, ready for use, the article says.
A former Israeli intelligence officer, on condition of anonymity, told The New York Times that the following operational move could be implemented to hack the security system and the equipment itself at one of Iran’s nuclear facilities.
Officers passing by the factory could simulate a crisis situation, such as a car accident or heart attack. One of them (preferably a woman) turned to the guards for help, which gave sufficient access to the object to identify its security system, which gives the other team the opportunity to break into it.