Putin downplays DNC hack as Clinton calls for military action over cyberattacks
Pay no attention to the hacker behind the curtain.
On Sep 2, 2016 by Aaron Sankin
New malware targeting critical infrastructure takes after Stuxnet
Move over, Stuxnet. IRONGATE may represent the next evolution of malware targeting critical infrastructure.
On Jun 2, 2016 by Eric Geller
Iran denies ordering hack of U.S. dam, blasts American government for Stuxnet virus
The U.S., Iran said, was in no position to cry foul.
On Mar 28, 2016 by William Turton
U.S. attacked North Korea with the Stuxnet virus in 2010
Virus famous for successful attack against Iran used covertly.
On May 29, 2015 by Curt Hopkins
The Pentagon wants to hire 3,000 more hackers
Please, call them cybersecurity professionals.
On Mar 25, 2015 by Curt Hopkins
Researchers suspect a government’s hand in major new malware ‘Regin’
It's being described in terms similar to Stuxnet.
On Nov 24, 2014 by Rob Price
The Pentagon releases its own guide to electronic warfare
Amid ramp-up in cyber warfare capabilities, military issues new field guide to soldiers.
On Feb 28, 2014 by Tim Sampson
What we talk about when we talk about cyberwar
The U.S. launched 231 offensive cyberoperations in 2011. But what exactly does that translate to in practical terms?
On Oct 15, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
High-ranking general suspected of leaking cyberattack to the press
Did the military's second-highest ranked officer tell the New York Times all about U.S. cyberattacks against Iran?
On Jun 28, 2013 by Tim Sampson
U.S. company allegedly helps Iran stifle dissent online
A French hacker has reportedly uncovered proof that the American company Cisco is directly assisting the government of Iran in its efforts to silence critics.
On Jun 4, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
U.S. company allegedly caught aiding Syria and Iran in censorship efforts
France's Reflets has discovered that Blue Coat is currently providing the two countries with powerful software for filtering and spying on their countries’ Internet activities.
On May 29, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
Chinese hackers gain access to the most expensive U.S. weapons system ever built
A senior military advisory panel claims that more than two dozen major military weapons systems may have already been compromised by Chinese hackers.
On May 28, 2013 by Tim Sampson
The thin line between cyberattacks and real war
Even in the digital age, a country can only legally counter a cyberattack with a physical one if the original attacked caused real, physical damage.
On May 28, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Cyberattacks on U.S. energy firms tied to Iran
Although the attacks have not been successful, the scale was large enough for the government officials to compare it to last year’s attack on Aramco.
On May 27, 2013 by Curt Hopkins