Thanks! That was mighty.
It was terribly savvy; I'm going to retain "mighty" as praise unless it also created a false trail of archived emails, dormant copies of the worm and monetary payments to implicate a few of the scientists involved in the program so that the Iranians are forced not only to replace their centrifuges and turbines but also some of the staff members responsible for developing the program out of fear that the human network in their project has also been penetrated.
They didn't need the false trail. From the article:
As Iranians struggled with the setbacks, they began searching for signs of sabotage. From inside Iran there have been unconfirmed reports that the head of the plant was fired shortly after the worm wended its way into the system and began creating technical problems, and that some scientists who were suspected of espionage disappeared or were executed. And counter intelligence agents began monitoring all communications between scientists at the site, creating a climate of fear and paranoia.