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Iran: We sent a monkey into space -- and brought it back

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The country's state-sponsored TV claims the rocket reached a height of 72 miles before safely returning the monkey back to Earth. [Read more]...
Iran: We sent a monkey into space -- and brought it back

US allows export of communication devices, software and services to Iran

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The U.S. government has lifted sanctions on the export of a variety of consumer communications devices, software and services including mobile phones to Iran ahead of elections in that country....
US allows export of communication devices, software and services to Iran

YouTube - US offers base for terror? CIA alleged militant link in Iran

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YouTube - US offers base for terror? CIA alleged militant link in Iran

US general warns on Iran cyber-force

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Repeated cyber-attacks on Iran are turning it into a "force to be reckoned with", warns top US cyber-soldier....
US general warns on Iran cyber-force

Samsung to block app store access in Iran, AP says

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The news service notes the store will be taken offline as of May 22 because of "legal barriers." [Read more]...
Samsung to block app store access in Iran, AP says

Virus Aimed at Iran Infected Chevron's Network

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Stuxnet, a computer virus that former U.S. officials say was created by the U.S. and Israel to attack Iran's nuclear-enrichment facilities, also infected Chevron's network in 2010, shortly after it escaped from its intended target....
Virus Aimed at Iran Infected Chevron's Network

Iran to sue Google in map naming dispute

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Google has removed the tag identifying the Persian Gulf from its popular mapping service, angering the Iranian government. Tehran says it will sue the search giant....
Iran to sue Google in map naming dispute

Jim Rogers: The Media Is Getting Eduardo Saverin All Wrong -- It's Very Expensive To Give Up Your Citizenship

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Last week it was reported that Eduardo Saverin, co-founder of Facebook, was renouncing his U.S. citizenship ahead of the company's IPO. But Jim Rogers, chairman of Rogers Holdings, who is a U.S. citizen and moved to Singapore in 2007, said Saverin renounced his citizenship a few months ago: "The press...
Jim Rogers: The Media Is Getting Eduardo Saverin All Wrong -- It's Very Expensive To Give Up Your Citizenship

Iran Hacks Energy Firms, U.S. Says

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Iranian-backed hackers have escalated a campaign of cyber assaults against U.S. corporations by launching infiltration and surveillance missions against the computer networks running energy companies, according to current and former U.S. officials. In the latest operations, the Iranian hackers were able to gain access to control-system software that could allow...
Iran Hacks Energy Firms, U.S. Says

Iran blocks HTTPS sites to prevent protests

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Iran is apparently proactively censoring selected Internet sites. Reports out of that country claim that the government there is blocking access to Google, Yahoo, and Gmail, It is also preventing access to sites using the secure Https protocol, effectively preventing any online banking services.......
Iran blocks HTTPS sites to prevent protests

Iran Says It May Sue Google Over Dropping Persian Gulf Name On Google Maps

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This morning comes more saber rattling from Iran, the troubled Middle-Eastern regime that routinely issues threats against real and perceived enemies. This time the object of the Iranian leadership’s vitriol is Google. Google has dropped the name of the body of water historically known as the... Please visit Marketing Land...
Iran Says It May Sue Google Over Dropping Persian Gulf Name On Google Maps

Iran blamed for cyberattacks on U.S. banks and companies

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Iran has recently mounted a series of disruptive computer attacks against major U.S. banks and other companies in apparent retaliation for Western economic sanctions aimed at halting its nuclear program, according to U.S. intelligence and other officials. Read full article >>...
Iran blamed for cyberattacks on U.S. banks and companies

How U.S. sanctions hurt Iranian Internet activists

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In 1997, Bill Clinton signed an executive order creating an electronic embargo against Iran. It's still in effect today -- and causing headaches and hassles for Internet companies. [Read more]...
How U.S. sanctions hurt Iranian Internet activists

AFP: Iran hangs woman, four other 'enemies of God'

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AFP: Iran hangs woman, four other 'enemies of God'

Copies of anti-censorship software used in Iran and Syria contain keylogger

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Rogue copies of Green Simurgh, an Internet proxy software application used in Iran and Syria, have been found to contain malware that records users' activities and keystrokes....
Copies of anti-censorship software used in Iran and Syria contain keylogger

ZTE said selling embargoed US computer gear to Iran

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China's second biggest telecommunications gear maker ZTE was found to have sold embargoed US computer equipment to Iran. A Tuesday Reuters report claimed that documents show ZTE sold some computer gear as part of a $10.5 million supply contract to a unit that controls Iranian telecoms. The documents are dated...
ZTE said selling embargoed US computer gear to Iran

aangirfan: IRAN CATCHES AMERICAN BACKED TERRORIST?

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aangirfan: IRAN CATCHES AMERICAN BACKED TERRORIST?

FBI probes ZTE trade with Iran

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The FBI is investigating allegations that Chinese telecoms firm ZTE illegally sold US computer equipment to Iran....
FBI probes ZTE trade with Iran

Iran asks Facebook to fight porn

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Facebook will reportedly be helping Iran in its fight against pornography and prostitution. [Read more]...
Iran asks Facebook to fight porn

BBC News - Iran Jundullah leader claims US military support

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BBC News - Iran Jundullah leader claims US military support

Gauss: Researchers release detection tools

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After announcing the discovery of a new malicious software that targets financial data, researchers have created new, Web-based tools that let anyone check if they've been infected. The new malware, Gauss, shows ties to previous state-sponsored viruses Flame and Stuxnet, but targets financial data. Those viruses were aimed at computers...
Gauss: Researchers release detection tools

After Death of Sattar Beheshti, Iranian Blogger, Head of Tehran's Cybercrimes Unit Is Fired

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The dismissal of the commander, Gen. Saeed Shokrian, follows investigations by Parliament and Iran's judiciary into the unexplained death of the blogger, Sattar Beheshti....
After Death of Sattar Beheshti, Iranian Blogger, Head of Tehran's Cybercrimes Unit Is Fired

Cutting Iran off the world wide web

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Is Iran's national internet intended to cut it off from the world?...
Cutting Iran off the world wide web
Obama administration enters aggressive stance towards Iran on internet policy, provides guidance to subvert its 'electronic curtain'

Iran, Bin Laden, and "Feathered Cocaine"

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Iran, Bin Laden, and "Feathered Cocaine"

Kristol: ‘Better’ for US to attack Iran than if Israel did

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The Obama administration should be seriously considering a strike on Iran, according to neoconservative Fox News contributor Bill Kristol.An Israeli Deputy Defense Minister said last week that he expected Israel would have to attack Iran within a year. Kristol believes it would be better for the US to attack first."I...
Kristol: ‘Better’ for US to attack Iran than if Israel did

US lifts Iran 'iPhone' sanctions

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The US eases restrictions on the sale of mobile phones and other communications devices and software - including popular Apple products - to Iranians....
US lifts Iran 'iPhone' sanctions

Mullen Wary of Israeli Attack on Iran

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Mullen Wary of Israeli Attack on Iran

Iran 'finds Flame malware fix'

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Iran says it has developed tools that can defend against and remove the sophisticated cyber attack tool known as Flame....
Iran 'finds Flame malware fix'

Brazil, Turkey and Iran: Not just any deal will do

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Brazil, Turkey and Iran: Not just any deal will do
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