It's cyber warfare - but turned all the way up to 11.
One security expert has reportedly claimed a computer virus attacked computer systems in Iran and forced them to play AC/DC's Thunderstruck on repeat at full blast, reports the Huffington Post.
Reports of the 'Thunderstruck' virus are as yet unconfirmed, but appears to originate from a lead researcher at the Finnish security company F-Secure.
He claims his company received several emails from Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation, reporting the attack.
As well as playing the Aussie rockers at full blast, the attack also reportedly shut down several systems.
"I am writing you to inform you that our nuclear program has once again been compromised and attacked by a new worm with exploits which have shut down our automation network at Natanz and another facility Fordo near Qom," the email read.
"According to the email our cyber experts sent to our teams, they believe a hacker tool Metasploit was used. The hackers had access to our VPN. The automation network and Siemens hardware were attacked and shut down. I only know very little about these cyber issues as I am scientist not a computer expert."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 playing 'Thunderstruck' by AC/DC."