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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.
Cartwright probed for leaking secrets about 2010 cyber attack linked to US, Israel which took down 1,000 Iranian centrifuges.
'NY Times' reports that the US is providing help to Persian Gulf states most active in providing the US with intelligence.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
US official warns that after alleged US-Israeli cyber attack on Iran's nuclear facilities, Tehran has become a cyber force.
Ongoing concerns over digital threats from Israel, US prompt Revolutionary Guard to strengthen front in "soft war."
By JOANNA PARASZCZUK
According to 'New York Times' report, experts are skeptical of the extent to which the Stuxnet virus held back Iran's nuclear program.
Government report to show that enough oil is available, markets stable enough to keep tough sanctions in place.
Attack hits Internet and communications systems of Iran's Oil Ministry and of its national oil company, Mehr news agency reports.
Referring to assassinations, viruses, deputy PM suggests setbacks to Iran could reoccur.
By JPOST.COM STAFF AND REUTERS
Malicious code targeting Iranian centrifuges dealt significant but perhaps temporary setback to nuclear program.
Kaspersky security firm says virus that damaged Iran's nuke program 1 of at least 5 developed on a single platform.
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