Report: Obama authorized a secret cyber operation against Russia
Remotely detonated 'implants' are designed to take out crucial Russian networks, The Washington Post says.
Obama pardons Stuxnet leak source James Cartwright
He had pleaded guilty just a few months earlier.
Researchers discover advanced cyber-espionage malware
It eluded detection for at least five years.
Alex Gibney on Stuxnet and why we need to talk about cyberwar
His latest film, "Zero Days," explores the lasting impact of the first major cyberweapon attack.
Feds indict seven Iranians for hacking banks, NY state dam
The computer specialists routinely worked for the Iranian National Guard Corps.
America accuses Iran of hacking the dam, cyber-squirrels rejoice
While America is worrying about nation states, our infrastructure is being terrorized by rodents.
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...
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...
Reuters: US launched a failed Stuxnet-like attack on North Korea
Iran wasn't the only country that had its nuclear ambitions targeted by a sneaky US cyberattack. I...