Sunday February 23, 2020

Life hack: the Irishman who uncovered a cyberwarfare scandal

When Iran’s nuclear facilities began exploding, Irish cyber-expert Liam O’Murchú discovered a super-sophisticated computer virus cooked up by the US and Israel

13th November, 2016

Several years ago, at the height of tensions between Iran and the West over its nuclear programme, critical parts of the Islamic Republic’s nuclear infrastructure began blowing up for no apparent reason. The world didn’t know it at the time, but it was witnessing a new departure in how states make war.

Critical to uncovering the truth of the mystery – which, it is widely believed, was caused by a US-Israeli...

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