Friday, February 14, 2020

Iran Accuses The U.S. For Last Week's Massive Cyber Attack

TEHRAN, Feb. 14 (MNA) – Head of Iran's Passive Defense Organization Brigadier General Gholamreza Jalali blamed the US for having a hand in the recent cyberattack on the infrastructures of Iran’s e-government.

MEHR News Agency: US behind recent major cyberattack on Iran: Jalali

According to Jalali, the recent cyberattack on the country's infrastructure has been a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS), in which the normal traffic of a targeted server, service or network is disrupted by overwhelming the target or its surrounding infrastructure with a flood of Internet traffic.

"The attack was carried out by the US to assess the feasibility of future ones," he said, "But it was deterred."

"Designating the exact source and time of the attack is a time-consuming procedure but Iran's Telecommunication Infrastructure company is working on the issue," he added.

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More News On Iran Accusing The U.S. For Last Week's Massive Cyber Attack

Iran says U.S. behind large-scale infrastructure cyberattack -- UPI
Iran Foils Major Cyber Attack from US: Official -- Tasnim News Agency
Large-scale cyberattack on Iran probably originated from U.S., official says -- Tehran Times
Last Week’s Cyberattack Against Iran Originated in the US – Iranian Civil Defence Chief -- Sputnik


RussInSoCal said...

I am shocked, SHOCKED to hear that the USA might be behind a cyber attack on Iran.

/a really massive one, too.

Anonymous said...

Hackers could shut down satellites — or turn them into weapons

Anonymous said...

"Hackers could shut down satellites — or turn them into weapons"


Some us do not needs GPS to get from one coast to another. We can read maps and navigate.

I think you average CommuNazi would enjoy having no telecommunications. Why should you want to call someone over seas? Your commuNAZIs want people to not cross the oceans anymore because of Global Warming or something. If you can't visit your relatives, why call them?