Four years ago, Stuxnet, a malware virus, was unleashed in an Iranian nuclear facility. Unlike many viruses, it wasn't designed to harm computers or steal information, but to shut down equipment. Hackers still marvel at its elegant coding, and this hour we'll take a close look at how the virus shaped the future of cyber warfare, and what it means for national security.
Kim Zetter, journalist and author of "Countdown to Zero Day: Stuxnet and the Launch of the World's First Digital Weapon"
Dakota S. Rudesill, assistant professor of law at OSU