Iran shuts down most of its nuclear program
It's paying a technological price to get sanctions lifted.
How seismographs can track battlefield bombings
A sensor array that kept tabs on Iran's nuke tests also documented a decade of war.
Facebook's new alert system warned the US about Iranian hackers
If it weren't for Facebook code that warns about state-sponsored hacks, the US State Department might not have caught an Iranian attack when it did.
The politics of nuclear technology, from Hiroshima to Iran
Iran's nuclear program is a big deal now, even though the relevant technology has existed for decades.
Malware used Foxconn digital certificate to spy on Iran nuclear talks
Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab has looked deeper into the malware that attacked its network a...
Iran bans some officials from using smartphones over spying jitters
As you might gather, Iran is more than a little nervous about people bringing the wrong devices in...
State-backed spyware targets antivirus maker, Iranian nuclear talks
The threat posed by state-sponsored malware might be even larger than first thought. Antivirus de...
NSA leaks suggest Iran learned cyberwarfare from US attacks
The US government and security experts have connected Iran to many cyberattacks in the past, inclu...
How a former Rockstar developer is leading a revolution in gaming
When Navid Khonsari left Rockstar Games after working as the cinematic director on several Grand T...