Post by official at Finnish firm F-Secure publishes email claiming to originate from Iran's atomic energy agency, saying that a new virus stuck enrichment site in Fordo, Natanz.
Oded Yaron has worked at Haaretz since 2000 and writes about technology.
'Gaza Hacker Team' communique demands release of Palestinian prisoners, end to settlements; Knesset cyber-security reacts to breach within minutes.
It is yet unclear what website was hacked to obtain the information published on the website of Anonymous Arab.
Top official at Symantec Corp says company identifies a component of Flame that allows operators to delete files from computers; Iran: Israel, U.S. intensifying cyber warfare attempts.
Speaking to Press TV, Iranian Intelligence Minister says Tehran successfully foiled the attack, allegedly planned with U.K., but that conspirators were still bent on striking.
Questions raised during press conference at Tel Aviv University cyber warfare panel event concern 'Die Hard' style disasters.
Defense Minister says that Israel's focus is on cyber defense, describing it as 'the more important and difficult component'; comments come one month after sophisticated Flame virus hits Iran.
The massive, complex virus, has been found to be infecting and stealing information from computers in Iran and Mideast countries.
Internet security firm Kaspersky calls 'Flame' bug the 'most sophisticated cyber-weapon yet unleashed,' hints it may have been created by makers of Stuxnet worm.
'Livehoods' has used 18 million 'check ins' to see which neighborhoods are more populated at which times; project aims to find a computerized method to analyze people's behavior.