WOODBURY - U.S. officials are bracing for more possible protests and violence across the Muslim world over an anti-Islam film that's being blamed for the deadly attack on the U.S. Consulate in Libya. Angry anti-U.S. protests have also erupted in Egypt, Yemen and Iran over the film. The U.S. has put all of its diplomatic missions on high alert and has sent two warships to Libya in the wake of the attack that killed the U.S. ambassador there and three other Americans. The clip, produced in the U.S. and posted on YouTube, shows the prophet Muhammed in a bad light. The FBI today identified the person it believes is responsible for directing and producing the film. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton denounced the anti-Islam video today in hopes of curbing further anti-U.S. anger. While she noted that the U.S. embraces the right to free speech, she said the nation does not stand by the film.Rep. Peter King (R-Seaford) says that regardless of the film's contents, it doesn't excuse violence toward Americans. He says that there are anti-Semitic films or anti-Christian films that, while hurtful or infuriating, do not excuse violent demonstrations.Protesters storm US Embassy in YemenOfficials: Pentagon moving 2 warships to Libyan coast