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Global cyber group points finger at Iranian hackers

Global cyber group points finger at Iranian hackers

Used Microsoft, Fortinet vulnerabilities to target Aus orgs, US Govt.
Michael Novinson Nov 18 2021, 6:54AM Security
ZTE pleads guilty to selling US technology to Iran

ZTE pleads guilty to selling US technology to Iran

Agrees to pay up to US$1.2 billion in fines.
a Staff Writer Mar 24 2017, 6:29AM Telco
Huawei CFO linked to firm that offered HP kit to Iran

Huawei CFO linked to firm that offered HP kit to Iran

Close ties with Hong Kong company.
Steve Stecklow Feb 1 2013, 7:39AM Collaboration
Huawei partner offered US tech to Iran

Huawei partner offered US tech to Iran

Cell tower antennas on offer.
Steve Stecklow Oct 25 2012, 9:29PM Collaboration
Is Stuxnet the first shot in a cyberwar?

Is Stuxnet the first shot in a cyberwar?

US outed as instigator.
Ken Presti, Jun 4 2012, 7:35AM Security
Huawei puts cap on Iran business

Huawei puts cap on Iran business

No more new customers.
Liam Tung Dec 12 2011, 8:45AM Strategy
Anonymous attacks Iranian state websites

Anonymous attacks Iranian state websites

Police, parliament and ICT ministry attacked.
Darren Pauli May 2 2011, 5:03PM Collaboration
Iran: Siemens enabled Stuxnet attacks

Iran: Siemens enabled Stuxnet attacks

Siemens accused of being in league with United States and Israel.
Stefanie Hoffman Apr 19 2011, 3:43PM Security
Iran targets Gmail and Skype with fake SSL hack

Iran targets Gmail and Skype with fake SSL hack

Hotmail, Gmail, Skype and more were targeted by fake security certificate attacks
Nicole Kobie Mar 25 2011, 9:26AM Security
Twitter postpones upgrade for Iran cause

Twitter postpones upgrade for Iran cause

Twitter postponed a "critical network upgrade" overnight in support of Iranian protesters.
Staff Writers Jun 17 2009, 11:55AM Collaboration
Iranian election protest turns to Twitter in media vacuum

Iranian election protest turns to Twitter in media vacuum

Iranians have used micro-blogging tool Twitter en-masse over the past 24 hours to protest against the outcomes of Friday's Presidential election result.
Negar Salek Jun 17 2009, 11:54AM Security
Hacktivists take aim at Iranian elections

Hacktivists take aim at Iranian elections

As protestors continue to clash with police on the streets of Iran, the backlash over the country's controversial election has taken to the web.
Shaun Nichols Jun 17 2009, 11:52AM Security
Red Crescent buys NewSat broadband for Iran aid

Red Crescent buys NewSat broadband for Iran aid

Communications provider and distributor Multiemedia has added to a string of Middle East contract wins inking a $1 million deal with the Iranian Red Crescent Society to deliver satellite broadband to disaster recovery and relief operations in Iran.
Fleur Doidge Dec 1 2004, 12:00AM Collaboration

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