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Ya’alon says Israeli technology opens up possibilities – fueling
speculation about creator of latest virus to infect Iran.
Strategic affairs minister calls on "entire civilized world...to take joint action to avert the nuclear threat posed by Iran."
"There are fingerprints and tracks that maybe there were attempts, and they were treated," Shin Bet chief Diskin says.
Web security expert says had tip off about malware that originally targeted Iran's nuclear program.
By SARA MILLER
Whistleblower says that Israel and US co-wrote 'Stuxnet' virus.
Head of Iran civil defense agency denies Iranian involvement in attacks on US banks, says nuclear systems are immune to Stuxnet.
Symantec, Kaspersky anti-virus firms link makers of Flame - believed to be US, Israel - to 3 new pieces of malicious software.
Even after security experts below operations' cover, cyber espionage campaign widens, according to research firm that discovered Mahdi Trojan.
Speaking at Tel Aviv University, man whose lab discovered "Flame" virus says it is "just the beginning of the game."
Computer virus said to have been built by creators of Stuxnet worm that attacked Iran's nuclear program in 2010.
International Telecommunications Union to issue warning to member nations that Flame is "dangerous espionage tool."
WikiLeaks reveals US was advised to use "policy of covert sabotage" against Teheran, including explosions, accidents, computer hacking.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Iranian president says specialists stopped Stuxnet virus; also announced weekend as starting date for nuclear talks.
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