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Two indicted for allegedly trying to send U.S. nuclear materials, equipment to Iran

Mark Rockwell Top Priority Sector:  federal_agencies_legislative Image Caption:  Nuclear centrifuge A Filipino and a Chinese national were accused of trying to obtain and export radioactive material, equipment and raw materials through China to Iran where it would be used to […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…

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Iran CIA spy

Iran CIA spy The budding cyber war between America and Iran could be quickly transcending off of computer networks and into the real world, with the US allegedly putting boots on the ground. Iranian state television is reporting that they’ve […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…

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Despite Sanctions, U.S. Tech Products Available in Iran

Iran’s booming Apple business underscores the limitations of economic sanctions by the United States and other countries. Although U.S. consumer products and computer equipment are banned, enterprising Iranian merchants continue to source them through underground trade routes in the Middle East and beyond. Read the article: Reuters View full post on GigaLaw.com Daily News

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Paranoia drives Iran to develop homegrown antvirus program

Iran has developed its own antivirus software, sources in the country have revealed.

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Iran Starts Making Own Anti-virus Software

BAKU, May 3 (Bernama) — Iran has started making its own anti- virus software, according to Assistant Professor Mohammad Hossein Sheikhi of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Shiraz, TREND news …

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Iran admits to cyberattacks in several government agencies

The Iranian government acknowledged today that authorities have found evidence of recent cyberattacks against several agencies, according to reports by state-sponsored media outlets.

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Iran identifies ‘hidden agenda’ behind oil terminal cyberattack

The apparent cyberattack that disrupted IT systems at Iran’s main oil terminal was serious enough to have wiped data from hard drives, news agencies in the country have claimed.Iran identifies ‘hidden agenda’ behind oil terminal cyberattack, Blog, identifies, Iran, Behind, cyberattack, terminal, ‘hidden, agenda’

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Fresh cyber assaults on Iran

IRAN has been forced to take emergency action to protect its main oil terminal and other parts of its energy infrastructure after they came under a fresh wave of cyber attacks.

Reports on semi-official news agencies said that the oil terminal, on Kharg Island near the neck of the Persian Gulf, the central oil ministry and the main national oil company, as well as other linked companies, had all been targeted by a computer worm.

A deputy oil minister said it had not been determined whether the attack came from inside or outside the country.

Israel has been assumed to be responsible for several cyber assaults on Iran’s key infrastructure. Most notably, Stuxnet, a sophisticated computer worm, infected Iran’s nuclear program in 2010.

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Article source: http://www.smh.com.au/it-pro/security-it/fresh-cyber-assaults-on-iran-20120424-1xja5.html

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Iran readying hacker attacks on U.S. infrastructure, specialists say

Iran is recruiting a hacker army to target the U.S. power grid, water systems and other vital infrastructure for cyberattack in a future confrontation with the United States, security specialists will warn Congress Thursday. "Elements of the IRGC [Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps] have openly sought to pull hackers into the …

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Iran: Oil industry safe after hacker attack, computer virus target computer systems

Industry's computer systems working well despite attack from hackers, computer virus, government minister says

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