Iran claims it thwarted  Israeli cyber attack

In a message on his Twitter account, Iranian Minister of Communication and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi accused “the Zionist regime” of launching a cyber attack on Iran on Monday to damage the country’s communication infrastructure. “Thanks to the vigilance of (Iranian) technical teams, it (Israel) returned empty-handed,” the minister added.

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8 thoughts on “Iran claims it thwarted  Israeli cyber attack

  • Nov 5, 2018 @ 15:09 at 15:09
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    haha, good joke 😀

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  • Nov 5, 2018 @ 15:13 at 15:13
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    The Iranian Minister of Communication and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi is accessing his Twitter account, while he is still able to.

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  • Nov 5, 2018 @ 15:26 at 15:26
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    Original press release…

    Thaxks to the vigilanxe of (Ixanian) xtechnical texms, it (Israxl) returxed empty-hanxed,” the ministxr addxd.

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  • Nov 5, 2018 @ 16:52 at 16:52
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    NO Evidence can be produced from Israel to prove their Cyber Attack on Iran and some BIG LIES are not believed by anyone except the Gullible or the Brainwashed.
    What everyone should remember is that POISON PUTIN of Russia is helping Iran in every way possible even with Cyber Attacks that Russia can Prevent.
    Poison Putin might Convert to ISLAM as PUTIN hates all JEWS and that is a FACT not FICTION.
    President Erdogan and OBAMA in the USA hates JEWS and so does POISON PUTIN that will Protect and Help Iran with any Cyber Attacks if they even happened because IRAN has the EU,IRAQ,SYRIA,Turkey,all helping IRAN and Russia take the fight to Israel and the weak USA.
    Just Facts not Israeli Fiction.

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  • Nov 5, 2018 @ 17:12 at 17:12
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    These are known issues in Windows 3.1 running on DOS 6.22.
    Iran should better upgrade to at least Windows 95 and glue in the Delete key on military keyboards.

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    • Nov 5, 2018 @ 18:45 at 18:45
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      This way the Iranian problems might get worse because it is impossible to find Windows 95 installation diskettes on 5 1⁄4-inch floppy disks. They must upgrade to at least 3 1⁄2-inch floppies or even higher CD drives!

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  • Nov 5, 2018 @ 19:29 at 19:29
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    HOW WILL THE FAGATOLLAH BE ABLE TO ACCESS HIS AMAZON ACCOUNT FOR NEW FERMENTED CAMEL PRICK JUICE DELIVERIES?

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  • Nov 5, 2018 @ 23:38 at 23:38
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    BTW DOS 6.22 is rather secure as it has no ethernet.

    So what is a “cyber attack” ?
    One can do port scanning or try some script kiddie exploit inside a crawler that
    crawls an IP range and tries the exploit there.
    E.G. attack a cisco router with known vuln. or try the Intel ME for problems.

    ***RED***CYBER***CYBER***CYBER***ALERT***

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