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The director of a new documentary outlining U.S. plans for an extensive cyberattack on Iran is angry and appalled by the rapidly growing trend toward secrecy in the U.S. government. Veteran documentary maker Alex Gibney was speaking to reporters at the Berlin International Film Festival, where his film "Zero Days" is competing for the Golden Bear.The documentary describes how the U.S.'s National Security Agency developed a cyberwar program dubbed "Nitro Zeus" that it hoped would bring Iran to its knees in the event of hostilities.The composite NSA source says that despite the deal agreed in July with Iran by the United States and its negotiating partners to curtail Iran's nuclear program, the Nitro Zeus capabilities remain "implanted" in Iran's servers and computers.
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