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Europe sees China and India as last hope to save Iran nuclear deal, but expects it to collapse
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Europe sees China and India as last hope to save Iran nuclear deal, but expects it to collapse

The Iran accord was one of the West’s biggest foreign policy achievements, until US president Donald Trump pulled out in May 2018

Iran warns of breaking nuclear accord: An explainer on the nation's journey with the ballistic missile programme since 1967
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Iran warns of breaking nuclear accord: An explainer on the nation's journey with the ballistic missile programme since 1967

President Hassan Rouhani says Iran will stop exporting its excess uranium and heavy water from its nuclear program, as stipulated by the agreement. If the 60-day deadline passes without action, Rouhani says Iran will resume higher uranium enrichment as well.

Iran claims to have fended off a Stuxnet-like attack on its telecom infrastructure
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Iran claims to have fended off a Stuxnet-like attack on its telecom infrastructure

Stuxnet was a worm that specifically targeted Iran’s nuclear program, decimating it.

Cybersecurity can't be seen in isolation, it has to be a concerted international effort, says ex-DHS cybersec chief Sean McGurk
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Cybersecurity can't be seen in isolation, it has to be a concerted international effort, says ex-DHS cybersec chief Sean McGurk

From digital identity, digital banking and data usage, India is ideally positioned to provide worldwide leadership in the digital era

Whether guilty of colluding with Russian spy agencies or found innocent, Kaspersky Lab's future seems bleak
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Whether guilty of colluding with Russian spy agencies or found innocent, Kaspersky Lab's future seems bleak

Kaspersky Lab claims that it shares no “inappropriate ties to any govt, including Russia” and that the it is caught in “the middle of a geopolitical fight.”

Iranian cyberespionage capabilites is no more of a 'kitten' says FireEye report
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Iranian cyberespionage capabilites is no more of a 'kitten' says FireEye report

FireEye Chief Executive Kevin Mandia said Iranian cyberespionage had grown in sophistication since he first spotted Iranians conducting rudimentary attacks on the US State Department in 2008.

WikiLeaks releases documents on Brutal Kangaroo, a CIA project to compromise air gapped computers
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WikiLeaks releases documents on Brutal Kangaroo, a CIA project to compromise air gapped computers

The Brutal Kangaroo leaks contain details of a set of tools used by the CIA to compromise air gapped computers through USB drives.

Stuxnet virus strengthened Iranian nuclear programme: Report
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Stuxnet virus strengthened Iranian nuclear programme: Report

The Stuxnet virus from 2009, which was supposedly designed to damage the Iranian nuclear programme, seems to have strengthened it instead...

Google's Eric Schmidt, co-author slam China in upcoming book
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Google's Eric Schmidt, co-author slam China in upcoming book

Google CEO Eric Schmidt has labelled China "the most dangerous superpower on Earth" in an upcoming book The New Digital Age, co-written by Jared

Virus Found In Mideast Can Spy On Finance Transactions
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Virus Found In Mideast Can Spy On Finance Transactions

Dubbed Gauss, the virus may also be capable of attacking critical infrastructure and was built in the same laboratories as Stuxnet.

Kaspersky Lab warns of new malicious banking malware ‘Gauss’
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Kaspersky Lab warns of new malicious banking malware ‘Gauss’

Kaspersky Lab yesterday warned of a new, malicious banking and social network Trojan called Gauss that may have affected thousands of systems until...

Gauss: Virus that can spy on financial transactions found in Mideast
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Gauss: Virus that can spy on financial transactions found in Mideast

Dubbed Gauss, the virus may also be capable of attacking critical infrastructure and was built in the same laboratories as Stuxnet, the computer worm widely believed to have been used by the United States and Israel to attack Iran's nuclear program.

Gauss: Virus that can spy on financial transactions found in Mideast
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Gauss: Virus that can spy on financial transactions found in Mideast

Dubbed Gauss, the virus may also be capable of attacking critical infrastructure and was built in the same laboratories as Stuxnet, the computer worm widely believed to have been used by the United States and Israel to attack Iran's nuclear program.

Flame Pieces Found In Stuxnet Virus: Research
Biztech

Flame Pieces Found In Stuxnet Virus: Research

Kaspersky Lab researchers have since found that part of the Flame program code is nearly identical to code found in a 2009 version of Stuxnet.

Powerful 'Flame' Cyber Weapon Found In Iran
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Powerful 'Flame' Cyber Weapon Found In Iran

It has about 100 times as much code as a typical virus designed to steal financial information, says Kaspersky Lab researcher.

Experts ask for online help to crack lethal Duqu virus
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Experts ask for online help to crack lethal Duqu virus

Researchers analysing the computer malware Duqu have hit a brick wall and are asking the programming community to help identify a mysterious code at the heart of the worm.

Experts ask for online help to crack lethal Duqu virus
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Experts ask for online help to crack lethal Duqu virus

Researchers analysing the computer malware Duqu have hit a brick wall and are asking the programming community to help identify a mysterious code at the heart of the worm.

Experts say Iran has 'neutralized' Stuxnet virus
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Experts say Iran has 'neutralized' Stuxnet virus

Iranian engineers have succeeded in neutralizing and purging the computer virus known as Stuxnet from their country's nuclear machinery, European ...

Iran Has 'Neutralised' Stuxnet Virus: Experts
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Iran Has 'Neutralised' Stuxnet Virus: Experts

The malicious code, whose precise origin and authorship remain unconfirmed, made its way as early as 2009.