Israel has denied it bugged talks on Iran's nuclear programme, after a security company said a computer virus hacked the venues of the negotiations. The Russian firm Kaspersky Lab said the hacking at three European hotels was so sophisticated, it must have been created by a government. Switzerland and Austria have both opened investigations into the hacks. Israel is not a party to the negotiations although it feels particularly threatened by the possibility of a nuclear-armed Iran. The virus infects computers across a network and is difficult to detect.
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