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Homesick Snowden, be careful if Iran friends you, healthcare cybersecurity will make you ill [Government IT Week]
Well, it looks like celebrity fugitive Edward Snowden wants to come home to the US. I say yes: we'll be glad to provide some public housing. In other news, Iran is using social networking to spy (thereby joining your teenager), TrueCrypt quits, and to no one's surprise, healthcare cybersecurity is sickeningly bad.
While President Obama can't get no "RSPECT," the retail world is scrambling in the wake of the Target breach (and yet, my wife shopped there for hours today), even Iran can't stop Facebook, and Brazil wants to build an undersea cable.
Education for the masses clashed with export law.. the law won.
An Iranian news agency says that a new worm more powerful than Stuxnet is being developed to disrupt the country's nuclear program.
Can new aircraft secure one percent of the worldwide air transport industry for Iran?
- Free and cheap calls to Mobile phone & Landline worldwide- Free calls to USA and Canada ( Landline and Mobile)- Cheap international...
Russia, Iran and Iraq have been monitored for several months; Justice Minister says the program was "legal"
The Commander of the Iranian Cyber War Headquarters has been killed, but there are conflicting reports of whether assassination is suspected.
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Will western military action against Syria redound as cyber-disaster in western Internet infrastructure? There are many reasons for the US not to attack, but this isn't one of them.
Google is warning Iranians that it is seeing a rise in what it believes are politically motivated phishing attacks ahead of the nation's presidential election.
A Hong Kong firm with "ties" to Chinese firm Huawei, which the US House Intelligence Committee warned US businesses to avoid doing business with, attempted to sell HP equipment to Iran. But, the devil is in the company details and how close the two firms were.
A former government official says the U.S. believes Iran was behind a spate of cyberattacks on U.S. banks, despite claims from a hacking group that it was behind the attempted hacks.
One of Huawei's partners appeared to have been setting up proposals for Iranians to buy HP equipment, despite US sanctions that ban the export of computer equipment to Iran.
Country has unveiled its own version of YouTube for government-approved content, in line with its wider plans to build a domestic Internet.
Government officials say Symantec's report on the recently discovered Narilam malware, targeting Iran, shows "some misunderstanding" and play down significance and severity of the worm.
Symantec has discovered an 'interesting' worm that sabotages Microsoft SQL databases and replaces items with random values — something that could be difficult for businesses to remedy, it warns.
The U.S. government has imposed sanctions on Iran due to its alleged harsh treatment of bloggers and online journalists.
Chevron was infected by Stuxnet almost immediately after it spread into the wild, but the nature of the malware meant that it identified its systems as the wrong target and caused no damage.
Can storms supersede sanctions?
Chinese networking vendor says it expects losses up to US$317 million for the third quarter as its business was "adversely affected" by U.S. investigations into its deals in Iran.
A former U.S. government official says that Iranian hackers are to blame for cyber warfare in the Persian Gulf.
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