The code pictured to the left is from the Stuxnet worm, a computer virus that, when it was unleashed in the second half of 2010, did so much damage it seems to have pushed the Iranian nuclear program back by at least 2 years.
It is certainly the most complex cyber attack ever.
Stuxnet opens a new theatre of war for antagonists, a cyber frontier. This week more information came to light about how Stuxnet works and the recondite and furtive roll-out of its powerful mayhem.
It's a tale of high tech sabotage, espionage and brilliant engineering. Christopher Dickey's been covering it for Newsweek. He tells us the story so far.
It's been 25 years since he was exiled, and some Haitians remember him fondly.
Not so the Haitian justice system. Baby Doc is being charged with corruption, embezzlement and crimes against humanity.
Why did Duvalier return? Our guest says it has to do with money. Amy Wilentz on Duvalier's odyssey.
Hockey Canada, which governs most of amateur hockey in the country, only allows two foreign players per junior level team.
It's led to some friction between the GMHL and Hockey Canada. In Shelburne they've even had a town hall to sort it all out.
Hockey Canada has decided to refuse to let anyone who participates in the rogue league take part in their own minor hockey system. That leaves coaches, refs and players with a tough choice.
The GMHL say there's room for everyone in the system and they're just bringing junior A hockey to places that haven't had it before. So no one's getting hurt.
We'll talk to both sides.
This week there was a zodiac mindwarp when people learned there were not 12 astrological signs, but 13. The latest one is Ophiuchus, a guy with a snake.
If you were born between November 30 and December 17, Ophiuchus should be your sign.
But of course all the other signs have to be adjusted to give Ophiuchus his slice of the zodiac pie.
Panic everywhere: Like, I'm suddenly an Aries and I'm really worried about it: I just don't have that kind of energy!
Day 6 producer Dominic Girard is a newly minted Ophiuchusean. He tells us how it feels.
Since comedy got a rough ride at the Golden Globes on Sunday, we decided to ask Sugar Sammy what he thinks of Ricky Gervais and his elite Hollywood audience.
Sammy also riffs on social media, crossing lines and breaking taboos, Regis Philbin and the new head of Canada Post, Deepak Chopra.
And we have copies of Sugar Sammy's concert DVD to give away so you can enjoy him live... that is, if Canada Post will still handle them after what Sammy said about their new CEO.
Kathryn Borel has been poring over the stats on the trenta as well as new information released on binge drinking. She thinks she's on to something and she's vibrating with excitement.
She also just finished a Starbucks vente so she's pretty shaky anyway.
Silvio Berlusconi has faced scandals, lawsuits, non-confidence votes and he sailed through them all looking... not great exactly, looking a little waxy and artificial if truth be told.
The latest allegations are serious. They involve abuse of power and an underage prostitute. And there's a weariness among Italians dealing with a stalled economy and declining GDP.
Clearly, Berlusconi's problems are not the same as the ones faced by his people.
Alexander Stille's book The Sack of Rome is about the power of Berlusconi, how he influenced Italian politics and culture. We ask Alexander: is that power finally in decline?
Who would buy malware protection from a virus?
But imagine this: if you were Mahmoud Ahmadinejad you'd probably be thinking about placing an order.
Have a great weekend.
Brent Bambury @CBCDay6