A New Worm Proves That the Internet of Things Is Vulnerable to Attack

Not worried about your Internet-connected toaster? Okay, how about your security camera?


A Contrarian Futurist

Remember when we used to spend our days looking down at those little screens?

Did Stuxnet Actually Improve Iran’s Nuclear Capabilities?

What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger.

Iran Raised Its Cyberwar Game After Stuxnet, U.S. General Says

Ongoing attacks against Iranian computers have strengthened that nation’s resolve to fight back.

Cyberwar in Iran Comes Home to U.S. Banks. Is Anyone Surprised?

At long last, Iran retaliates for the cyber campaign carried out against it.

Iran Responds to New “Stuxnet-Like” Cyber Attack

More, more cyber war.

A New, Simpler Malware Outbreak Appears In Iran

Instead of something carefully targeted and expensive, the latest malware detected in Iran is simple and cheap.


Stuxnet Infected Chevron’s IT Network

Stuxnet, a sophisticated computer virus created by the United States and Israel, to spy on and attack Iran’s nuclear enrichment facilities in Natanz also infected Chevron ’s network in 2010, shortly after it escaped from its intended target.

Why America Is Really Worried About Huawei

As a deft practitioner of the black arts of cyber surveillance, espionage and warfare, the U.S. intelligence community knows all too well what China’s Huawei might be capable of.

Meet Gauss, the Latest Weapon in the Unfolding U.S.-Israeli Cyberwar

Researchers at Kaspersky Labs say a new worm seems aimed at customers of financial institutions in Lebanon.

How Scary Was the Internet in 2011?