An image from the Iran International Photo Agency shows a view of the reactor building at the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear power plant. The Stuxnet worm was found on personal computers at the facility, but Iranian authorities said "major systems" were undamaged. IIPA/Getty hide caption

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Cyberworm's Origins Unclear, But Potential Is Not

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Seeing The Internet As An 'Information Weapon'

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Soldiers monitor computer screens inside the U.S. Central Command's mobile headquarters, in this U.S. military photo from 2002. A major concern regarding cyber warfare is the difficulty in distinguishing military targets from civilian targets. Gary P. Bonaccorso/Getty Images hide caption

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Extending The Law Of War To Cyberspace

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad speaks at United Nations headquarters in New York on Tuesday. Seth Wenig/Associated Press hide caption

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Ahmadinejad Undeterred As Sanctions Take Bite

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Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner told members of the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday that he shared their "frustration" over China's trade policies. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Lawmakers Target China Trade Policies For Jobs Woes

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Pentagon Seeks To Buy Up Copies Of Afghan War Book

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Shanghai's skyline is illuminated during the opening ceremony for the Shanghai 2010 World Exhibition on April 30. China's economic growth may have catapulted it past Japan to become the world's No. 2 economy, but the reaction from its leaders has been muted. Ian Langsdon/AP hide caption

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China's Economic Rise Enables Military Growth

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WikiLeaks Faces Growing Pressure Over War Files

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Saudi Demand On BlackBerry Could Affect Dissidents

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Pentagon Slams Leak Of Afghan War Reports

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Oil Industry Rethinks Cost, Risk Of Drilling In U.S.

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U.S. Marines lead an Afghan detainee toward their combat outpost for questioning in a Taliban stronghold area in Marjah, Helmand province, southern Afghanistan, April 1, 2010. The leak of more than 90,000 secret military intelligence reports on the war in Afghanistan paints a grim and often discouraging picture of the situation on the ground. Mauricio Lima/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What Leaked Afghan Reports Do And Don't Tell Us

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Leaked Documents Offer Window Into Afghan War

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The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team/National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center is designed to help protect the technical infrastructure of the United States. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Cyberwarrior Shortage Threatens U.S. Security

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