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World NowSecurity experts have identified a cyber espionage attack that appears to have chiefly targeted computers in Iran, but they say it differs from previously discovered malware believed to be part of a covert U.S. and Israeli effort to monitor and delay...
World NowCyber intrusions by hackers, criminals and nation states against U.S. infrastructure increased 17-fold from 2009 to 2011, the nation’s chief cyber defender says, and it’s only a matter of time before such an attack causes physical damage. Gen....
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Families of Iran's slain nuclear scientists have filed a lawsuit against Israel, the U.S. and Britain accusing them of involvement in the assassination of their loved ones. Rahim Ahmadi Roshan, father of Mostafa Ahmadi Roshan,...
KIAHIran'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...
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...
Los Angeles TimesThe latest case of cyber warfare and intelligence gathering in the Middle East has both surprised and impressed experts worldwide, as information about the newly detected malware dubbed "Flame" emerges. The malware was discovered by the Moscow-based...
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KIAHCyber 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...
Bill PressWashington insiders have a bipolar fascination with, and reaction to, leaks. First, they love 'em -- couldn't live without them. Official Washington thrives on leaks: the juicier, more scandalous, more headline-worthy, the better. At the same time,...
Paul GreenbergOh, dear. Still another Iranian nuclear scientist has met with a fatal accident. Accidents will happen, especially in the Middle East and to Iran's nuclear scientists. What a pity. And just as the mullahs are getting closer and closer to having a nuke of...
World NowThe 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...
Opinion L.A.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....
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