Korea, U.S. to strengthen missile defense

South Korea and the U.S.

Commander Advises Enemies to Give Up Dreams of Attacking Iran

TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian Army commander called on enemies to give up their rookie dreams of

Big US Banks Under Active Attack, Napolitano Warns

The shutdown of New York's financial sector caused by Hurricane Sandy is a stark reminder of

Shocking video: American Boy Killed By U.S. Drone Strike

 The ACLU and CCR have filed a lawsuit challenging the government's targeted killing of thre

Video: Dognædis Just4Meeting 3.0 - "Shutting down LaLaLand"

On the last July 8th, Tiago Rosado, dognædis's EMEIA Business Development Manager, particip

U.S. communication equipments subject to China cyber espionage


US cyber warfare, budget cuts and shortage of cyber experts

Obama decided to accelerate cyber attacks against Iran

WASHINGTON — From his first months in office, President Obama secretly ordered increasingly sophisticated attacks on the computer systems that run Iran’s main nuclear enrichment facilities, significantly expanding America’s first sustained use of cyberweapons, according to participants in the program.

How a Secret Cyberwar Program like Stuxnet Worked

Programmers at the National Security Agency and in the Israeli military created a series of worm

Confirmed: US and Israel created Stuxnet, lost control of it

In 2011, the US government rolled out its "International Strategy for Cyberspace," which reminded us that "interconnected networks link nations more closely, so an attack on one nation’s networks may have impact far beyond its borders." An in-depth report today from the New York Times confirms the truth of that statement as it finally lays bare the history and development of the Stuxnet virus—and how it accidentally escaped from the Iranian nuclear facility that was its target.