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The Stuxnet worm struck again. This time the target was an Iranian nuclear power plant, fueling rumors that Stuxnet was designed to attack Iranian nuclear facilities
Iranian hackers working for the powerful Revolutionary Guard's paramilitary Basij group have launched attacks on websites of the "enemies," a state-owned newspaper reported Monday in a rare acknowledgment from Iran that it's involved in cyber warfare.
J.J. Green, WTOP national security correspondent
A group of computer hackers hijacked websites run by the Voice of America this week, sending its online traffic to an Internet website claimed to be run by the Iranian Cyber Army.
David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times
Iran's state TV says the country has launched its first cyber police unit in the latest attempt by authorities to gain an edge in the digital world.
Symantec reports that Dutch experts have made key discoveries about the Internet virus.
The New New Internet reports that an Iranian hacker group is advertising services as botnets-for-hire.
The New York Times reports there is a possible reference to the Old Testament within the Stuxnet program worm code.
Cyber security experts are studying a scary new weapon: a software smart bomb.