The BBC has revealed that it was the target of a sophisticated cyber-attack believed to have originated in Iran.
Former CIA director General Michael Hayden believes the Stuxnet worm that targeted Iran’s nuclear infrastructure was a "good idea," even though it set a precedent for the use of malicious software as a weapon.
Iran’s Tor-M1 aerial defense codes were apparently compromised in the context of a secret deal between Russia and Israel.
Iran says it's launched an observation satellite, claiming it will be used to collect weather data.
Iranian Prof. Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan, deputy director of the first uranium enrichment facility at Natanz, was killed today by a sticky bomb planted on his car by two motorcyclists.
As you may recall, Iran managed to capture a US RQ-170 stealth drone (aka the Beast of Kandahar) back in December of 2011.
The Iranian military recently managed to hijack an American stealth drone by exploiting a well-known navigational vulnerability in the RQ-170 Sentinel, aka The Beast of Kandahar.
Law enforcement officials are investigating reports that Iranian and Venezuelan diplomats in Mexico were involved in planning cyber-attacks against the United States.
Iran is showcasing a USAF RQ-170 Sentinel drone that Tehran claims to have downed in a sophisticated cyber attack.
The US has launched a 'virtual embassy' for Iran, after decades without a real one - but has seen it blocked by the government almost immediately.
An enigmatic worm that initially targeted Iranian nuclear infrastructure may have also been responsible for the deadly blast at a Revolutionary Guard missile base earlier this month.
Dutch firm DigiNotar issued twice as many fraudulent security certificates as initially believed, according to the auditors investigating the breach - and affected intelligence agencies including the CIA.
A fake web certificate has been circulating for nearly two months, allowing hackers to steal passwords and data from Google sites.
An Iranian hacker has claimed responsibility for last week's attempt to hack the internet's Secure Socket layer (SSL).
Iranian hackers are believed to be behind an attempt to hack the internet's Secure Socket Layer (SSL). If successful, it would have allowed the hackers to impersonate Google, Yahoo, Skype, Mozilla and Microsoft.
Iranian scientists are claiming to have built a functioning flying saucer, state news service Farsnews reports.
Tehran has formed an elite security unit to protect nuclear scientists after failing to prevent the assassination of a high-level Stuxnet expert attempting to counter the voracious worm.
Satanic Verses author Salman Rushdie believes the best way to liberate Iran from its current regime is to bomb the country with Nintendo game consoles and Big Macs.
The enigmatic Stuxnet worm - which previously destroyed thousands of centrifuges used to enrich uranium - is currently attacking Iranian military systems.
The enigmatic Stuxnet worm has reportedly caused thousands of Iranian centrifuges used for the enrichment of uranium to grind to an unceremonious halt.