Did Iranian TV Show Captured Drone's Surveillance Images?

By Robert Vamosi | 2/7/13 6:06 AM

Iranian TV has released pictures they claim from the drone they allege to have shot down last year.

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Stuxnet Attacks Iran -- Again

By Robert Vamosi | 1/2/13 2:15 AM

The Iranian news media reports that its Hormozgan province has been attacked by Stuxnet, malware that first attacked the Iranian nuclear energy sector in 2010.

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Langner: Stuxnet Is a Stealth Control System

By Robert Vamosi | 1/18/12 3:59 AM

Speaking at the S4ICS conference in Miami, FL on Wednesday, Ralph Langner described Stuxnet as a long-term Man-in-the-Middle attack rather than a short-term virus attack.

Stuxnet is a two-step malware product that first infects Windows systems, then attacks Siemens System 7 PLC units, such as those being used in Iran for nuclear research. Langner, a security researcher who knows more about Stuxnet code than practically anyone else, was quoted as saying, "we are 100 percent confident that Stuxnet's target was the Natanz enrichment plant in Iran."

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Did Iranians Hijack A US Drone?

By Robert Vamosi | 12/16/11 2:49 AM

On Thursday, the Christian Science Monitor piqued curiosity with an exclusive story stating that the Iranian government had intercepted signals from an American bat-wing RQ-170 Sentinel, landing it safely in Iran. One day later, the a senior Iranian military official said his government would continue to bring down other drones caught within their airspace. However, questions remain whether that is technically possible -- or just political posturing by the Iranian government.

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