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The Iranian conspiracy hinged on finding computers running software that hadn’t been updated to address security flaws. (Image: Flag of Iran/Wikipedia)

(Bloomberg) — Hackers linked to the Iranian government launched cyber-attacks on some four dozen U.S. financial institutions and a flood-control dam above of New York City in forays meant to undermine U.S. markets and national security, according to federal prosecutors.


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