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Iran smashes through record for most new COVID-19 cases in one day
Reports have indicated that Iran has cracked its record for most new coronavirus cases recorded in a single day. Here's the number.
30,000 people have now officially died from coronavirus in Iran
Over the weekend Iran announced that its coronavirus death toll passed 30,000, according to the country Health Ministry.
Iran coronavirus cases nearly at half a million, new milestone reached
Reports have indicated that Iran has confirmed 450,000 coronavirus cases, as the country's new daily cases continue to grow.
Coronavirus cases outside of China skyrocket, here's what to know
Infection cases for the coronavirus are on the rise outside of China, raising concern for global public health.
Iran government switched off its internet in reply to fuel protesters
In response to the fuel price protesters the Iranian government has switched off the country's internet.
Iran power usage spikes 7% from Bitcoin mining farms
Iran authorities close two cryptocurrency mining farms after 7% rise in the Iranian power grid.
US tensions see League of Legends blocked in Iran and Syria
Iranian and Syrian gamers can't play League of Legends as the US blocks it, VPN workarounds needed.
Pokemon GO banned by Iran over 'security concerns'
Iran doesn't want you to catch 'em all, bans Pokemon GO in the country.
Telegram messenger app reaches 100 million active monthly users
Messaging app Telegram hits it big with 100 million active monthly users, 350,000 new sign-ups daily.
Infrastructure hacking isn't a new thing, New York dam lost in 2013
Iranian hackers took full control over a New York dam in 2013, latest reports say.
Iran plans to expand its 'smart filtering' for Internet users
Iran will expand its 'smart' Internet filtering after a 'successful' pilot phase.
Report claims Iranian hackers focused on airlines, energy utilities
The Iranian government has shown increased interest in airlines and energy utilities, recent report says.
Iran TV shows downed Israeli drone spying on nuclear facility
Iran TV showed still images of a reported Israeli spy drone that was shot down as it was flying towards a uranium enrichment facility south of Tehran.
Iran claims it shot down Israeli spy drone flying in Iranian airspace
The Iranian Revolutionary Guard reportedly shot down an Israeli drone flying near the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility south of Tehran.
Report says Iranian cyberspies targeting U.S., western officials
A three-year campaign organized by Iranian cyberattackers has targeted U.S. and other countries with social engineering techniques deployed.
Report: Iranian-linked Ajax security attacks continue in cyber wars
Iranian cyberattackers are becoming better in their efforts to compromise western governments, defense contractors, and end-users.
Iran successfully copies the CIA's RQ-170 drone, test flights soon
Iran has unveiled a copy of the CIA's RQ-170 drone, with test flights taking place soon.
Iranians are increasing their cybercriminal activities, report says
The Iranian government is actively trying to boost its cyber warfare capabilities, in an effort to compromise foreign targets, security research notes.
Iran launches national email service for all Iranian citizens
Iran launches new national email service, will become main form of communication between citizens and government.
Argo (2012) Blu-ray Movie Review
"It means Argo f**k yourself!"
Iran blocks VPN access to the global websites
Iran clamps down on VPN access to global websites, 'illegal' filter workarounds.
Iran reportedly sends Monkey into space, returns safely back to Earth
Iran launches monkey into space, returns it safely back to earth.
Iran launches YouTube-like video content site
Iran launches Mehr.ir, a YouTube-like video content site.
Iran is the target of the U.S. and Israel-made Flame virus, according to sources
Flame, a virus like Stuxnet, targetting Iranian oil refineries, made by the U.S. and Israel.
Iran may sue Google over Persian Gulf losing its name tag on Google Maps
The tag for the Persian Gulf has gone missing and Tehran has threatened to sue Google over it.
Stuxnet worm was loaded by Iran double agents
The Stuxnet worm was loaded by an Iranian double agent.
Iran expected to permanently cut off Internet by August
Iran will soon be introducing a "clean internet" which basically cuts off all outside internet.