In light of the recent attack on the Venezuelan National Power Grid, Iran is sharing its own experience with US intelligence apparatus, which crippled its nuclear program back in 2011, through the use of the Stuxnet virus. Continue reading US Offered $250,000 for Stuxnet Virus Deployment vs. Iran
The Deep State’s desperate attack on Venezuela’s power grid was far more extensive than previously thought. This is a textbook regime change strategy to plunge Venezuela into darkness and chaos, on top of the multiple economic and political sanctions that the country has been subjected to for years, to push the people to topple their own legitimately elected authorities in favor of a puppet government. Continue reading Deep State Attack on Venezuelan Power Grid Severe than Reported
The Digital Hunt for Duqu, a Dangerous and Cunning U.S.-Israeli Spy Virus
By Kim Zetter
Boldizsár Bencsáth took a bite from his sandwich and stared at his computer screen. The software he was trying to install on his machine was taking forever to load, and he still had a dozen things to do before the Fall 2011 semester began at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, where he taught computer science. Despite the long to-do list, however, he was feeling happy and relaxed. It was the first day of September and was one of those perfect, late-summer afternoons when the warm air and clear skies made you forget that cold autumn weather was lurking around the corner.