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  • Iran's nuclear facilities 'Thunderstruck'

    Iran's nuclear facilities 'Thunderstruck'
    Iran's nuclear facilities are under cyber-attack again. This time, it's a rockin' new computer virus making the Iranians bang their heads out of frustration. The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran is claiming their computers have been hacked with a...
  • U.S. officials believe Iran is behind recent cyberattacks

    U.S. officials believe Iran is behind recent cyberattacks
    The United States believes that Iran is behind cyberattacks on American banks and the oil industry in the Middle East, officials said. Although officials have not made such an assertion publicly, they have characterized the attacks that occurred in...
  • Russia computer experts who detected Flame malware issue warning

    Russia computer experts who detected Flame malware issue warning
    MOSCOW — Computer virus experts at Kaspersky Lab, acting with the blessing of the United Nations, were searching for a villain dubbed the Wiper when they came across a much more menacing suspect requiring a new moniker: Flame. The malicious program...
  • Computer virus targets Iran's oil industry

     
    The Iranian Oil Ministry said its computer system was targeted by a computer virus, but it downplayed the impact of the attack....
  • Israelis wonder about deadly Iranian missile-site explosion

     
    Israelis are taking a keen interest in the deadly explosion at a weapons facility in Iran that killed 17 people. Iran has said the explosion was an accident, not sabotage or an attack. But Israel's top-three dailies put the "mysterious explosion" on their...
  • Iran, again: No U.S. or Israeli mischief in explosion

     
    Rejecting Western media reports, Iran’s military chief of staff reiterated that the massive explosion that killed a top Iranian missile commander and 16 others was not the result of sabotage by Israel or the United States....
  • Iran's supreme leader calls for new Internet oversight council

     
    The supreme leader of Iran called for a new council to oversee cyberspace Wednesday, an aggressive step in its ongoing crackdown on the Internet. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei issued a decree calling for the creation of the Supreme Council of Cyberspace, a new...
  • Be afraid: Robot experts say machines are catching up

     
    A panel of robotics experts at the South by Southwest conference couldn't reach a consensus Tuesday on whether machines would soon take over the Earth. But they agreed that the advances in artificial intelligence are well-nigh unstoppable....
  • 'Flame' cyber-attack in Middle East raises whodunit questions

     
    The malware dubbed "Flame," the latest case of cyber warfare and intelligence gathering in the Middle East, has both surprised and impressed experts worldwide....
  • Terror plot aids Iran hardliners, fuels enmity with U.S.

    Terror plot aids Iran hardliners, fuels enmity with U.S.
    Those fundamentalist members of the Iranian government who have long sought to blow up any possibility for the normalization of relations between Tehran and Washington may just have succeeded. At the very least they are likely to have put any...
  • Flame virus looks, logs and spreads like wildfire

    Flame virus looks, logs and spreads like wildfire
    Cyber space is the new global battleground where countries, corporations, and mischief makers engage in unrelenting attacks on anything, and everything, hi-tech. A new cyber virus has Iran and other Middle Eastern countries pointing a finger at Uncle...
  • Feds Probe Cyber Attack On Water System

    Feds Probe Cyber Attack On Water System
    WASHINGTON, DC -- Federal investigators are looking into a report that hackers managed to remotely shut down a utility's water pump in central Illinois last week, in what could be the first known foreign cyber attack on a U.S. industrial system. The...