Report: Hackers in Iran use social media to target senior US, Israeli officials
Washington (CNN) -- Hackers based in Iran used social networks to spy on high-ranking U.S. and Israeli officials, a new report by a cybersecurity firm claims. Posing as journalists and government officials, the hackers have been working for about three ...
Iran-based hackers reportedly target US officials for sanctions, anti-nuclear ...
Bits | Cyberespionage Attacks Tied to Hackers in Iran
Iran's Dubious Digital Revolution
U.S. News & World Report
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Christian Science Monitor
Together with its Lebanese Shiite proxy Hezbollah, Iran has provided military and economic support that has enabled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to turn the tide in a three-year civil war. For Iran those results boost its two-track strategy of ...
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Iran-Based Cyberspies Targeting US Officials, Report Alleges
Wall Street Journal
Hackers apparently based in Iran have mounted a three-year campaign of cyberespionage against high-ranking U.S. and international officials, according to cybersecurity investigators. Siobhan Gorman reports. Photo: Getty. Hackers apparently based in ...
Cyberespionage Attacks Tied to Hackers in Iran
New York Times (blog)
American intelligence officials have long said Iranian hackers are a serious threat, not for their technical skills, but because of the country's vow to retaliate for Stuxnet, the computer virus created by the United States and Israel and unleashed on ...
Arab Times Kuwait English Daily
US business people eyeing investment in Iran
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Asgari was born in 1960 and joined Iran's Revolutionary Guards after the 1979 revolution. In the early 1980s, he was involved in operations against Baluchi insurgents in southeast Iran. Nicknamed “Reza Chieftain” by his colleagues, he commanded a ...
Iran Reports First Death From MERS Virus
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran has suffered its first fatality from the Middle Eastern respiratory virus, its official news agency reported Thursday, a day after the first cases in Islamic Republic were publicized. The IRNA news agency quoted Health ...
First MERS death in Iran
Iran reports first Mers death
Prison Terms in Iran Hint of New Reins on Internet
New York Times
Escalating their assault on Internet access, the judicial authorities in Iran have sentenced eight Facebook users to prison terms as long as 20 years and have ordered Mark Zuckerberg, the multibillionaire American founder of Facebook, to testify in a ...
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