For over five decades, Iran has maintained a reputation among the most aggressive countries in the international arena of state-sponsored hacking, stealing data from corporate and government networks around the world, bombarding US banks with cyberattacks , and most brazen of unleashing a number of waves of computer-crippling malware which struck tens of thousands of PCs across the Middle East. But amidst that noisy mayhem, one Iranian group has managed to gently penetrate a extensive collection of targets across the world, until now evading the public eye. And while that group appears to have stuck to conventional spying so much, it might also be laying the groundwork for another round of destructive strikes. read more