| May 23, 2013
| 2:30 AM
| Oct 16, 2012
| 5:55 AM
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...
| Nov 1, 2012
| 1:48 PM
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When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
| May 30, 2012
| 7:02 PM
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...
| Jun 5, 2012
| 10:29 AM
Reports that the U.S. and Israel have tried repeatedly over the years to derailIran's nuclear weapons program by using malicious computer codes to cause machines at the country's Natanz nuclear facility to malfunction have lifted the veil of secrecy...
| Jun 14, 2012
| 9:45 PM
| Jul 24, 2012
| 2:24 PM
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...
| Aug 15, 2012
| 7:14 AM
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,...
| Mar 3, 2012
| 6:11 PM
CBS News magazine 60 Minutes is going to run a piece about a particular computer virus on Sunday. It's called Stuxnet and it was specifically designed to attack specific computers doing specific duties.
Stuxnet was first discovered in the summer of 2010....
| Oct 19, 2011
| 5:57 PM
Huddled over laptop computers, four midshipmen spent 20 minutes setting up a wireless network and tested it with what they assumed was a private chat.
But Ensign Justin Monroe, a teaching assistant at the Naval Academy, used a small wireless receiver...