American’s Hacked Iranian Nuke Sites, Streamed AC/DC

Israeli and American hackers’ infiltrated the computers that operate Iran’s nuclear facilities, using the virus Stuxnet.

The virus reportedly caused a fifth of Iran’s nuclear centrifuges to self-destruct by telling them to run themselves into the ground. But, that wasn’t all the hackers did, apparently.

A well-known computer security expert was speaking at the Black Hat security conference this week and offered up a fun fact: the hackers also played AC/DC at the workstations of one of the facilities.

He shared an email from an Iranian scientist who worked at one of the facilities that read:

“There was also some music playing randomly on several of the workstations during the middle of the night with the volume maxed out. I believe it was the American band AC-DC, Thunderstruck. It was all very strange and happened very quickly.”


After much teasing, Slipknot has finally unveiled their brand new song “The Negative One”. They will be releasing a music video on August 5, but for now, enjoy the new song here.


Short, but creepy. Corey Taylor recently said the new album is “98 percent done” and we’ll get big news very shortly on when to expect it.

In the meantime, check out this creepy teaser they released.

They’ve also been releasing a lot of teasers on their Facebook page, all intended to scare the hell out of you. Here’s one just posted over the weekend.