The Stuxnet worm that attacked Iran's nuclear facility at Natanz came to light nearly four years ago, but how it got there remains a mystery. A possible new explanation, outlined Tuesday, cites the supply chain as the key. February 25, A new thesis about that, to be outlined Tuesday at a security conference in San Francisco, points to a vulnerability in the Iranian facility's supply chain — and may hold lessons for owners of critical infrastructure in the US concerning how to guard their own industrial equipment against cyberattack. Presented by Critical Intelligence, a cyber security firm based in Idaho Falls, Idaho, the tale of cyber infiltration comes nearly four years after the covert operation was discovered. But how did Stuxnet get in there?
US says fate of nuclear pact up to Iran as talks resume
Iran sought nuclear weapons, technology for WMDs last year, reports find | WarSclerotic
What a surprise. The Islamic Republic of Iran made multiple attempts in to obtain technology for its weapons of mass destruction program and has not stopped its drive to develop atomic weapons , intelligence agencies from the Netherlands, Sweden and Germany recently reported. Countries such as Syria, Pakistan, Iran and North Korea also tried to acquire such goods and technology in Europe and the Netherlands last year. The intelligence agency did not provide details on the multiple attempts by the rogue nations to secure weapons of mass destruction technology.
Iran sought nuclear weapons, technology for WMDs last year, reports find
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With the United States set on pursuing nuclear diplomacy with Iran, Israel is assessing the potential threats it perceives may result from a renewed agreement between its top ally and its archfoe, and it is seeking security assurances in order to do so. As President Joe Biden 's administration pursues painstaking talks with the stated goal of reentering the nuclear deal abandoned by his predecessor three years ago, he has also set out on the parallel task of assuaging concerns raised by Israel, which has always opposed the agreement. Delegations from both countries met earlier this week at Israel's embassy in Washington to discuss the ongoing conversations among the U.