t is supposed to inspire revolt
Iran's president said that a cyberattack which paralysed every petrol station in the Islamic Republic was designed to get "people angry by creating disorder and disruption".
Around 4.5 percent of all bitcoin mining takes place in Iran, allowing the country to earn hundreds of millions of dollars in cryptocurrencies that can be used to buy imports and lessen the impact of sanctions, a new study has found.
By turning it off and turning it on again
The explosion and blackout at the Natanz nuclear facility in Iran over the weekend might not have been as technologically sophisticated as the Stuxnet cyberattack.
Stumped on the stump
Donald Trump's campaign website suffered a cyber attack yesterday with hackers claiming to have dug deep into the president's private matters.
Five hours of footage
Security experts at IBM’s X-Force security team have obtained roughly five hours of video footage that appears to have been recorded directly from the screens of hackers working for a group IBM calls ITG18, and which other security firms refer to as APT35 or Charming Kitten.
Why didn't any one think of this before?
Iran appears to have come up with solution to stop the spread of coronavirus. iI has cut access to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia.
At least according to GlobalData
The spectre of an Iranian cyberattack loomed large following the assassination of Iran’s general, Qasem Soleimani, but it has so far – publicly, at least – gone unrealised.
Hackers form a queue behind the Russians and Chinese
While Iranian hackers don't have the capability to start causing blackouts in the US, security experts have found evidence they are having a go at it.
Warns former Obama cybersecurity commissioner
The US assassination of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani has led to mounting discussions of war, but for many, it is a battle that looks set to be fought as much on digital lines as physical ones, through cyberattacks on US companies and critical infrastructure.
Worried about fuel protests
Iran has reportedly shut down nearly all internet access in the country in retaliation to escalating protests that were originally ignited by a rise in fuel prices, according to readings taken by NetBlocks, a non-governmental organization that monitors cybersecurity and internet governance around the world.