In April 2020 The attackers infiltrated Israeli water pumping stations and disrupted weapons. Private pumps began to break down as officials pushed for water to flow to millions of people. After the incident, what has been happening related to Iran, officials said the damage would have been worse: They to think that the plot was intentional dehydration by increasing chlorine levels. A few weeks later, terrorists attacked the Iranian port visible revenge.
“This is the first time that the country has responded so quickly using cyberattack,” said Lotem Finkelstein, director of threat intelligence and research at Israel cybersecurity company Check Point. The uprising, he says, marks the beginning of a new civil war in the region, which has claimed the lives of millions of people.
In recent months, these strikes have intensified. Irrigation systems, railways, and airports in Iran have all faced threats. At the same time, the terrorists posted information about millions of Israeli LGBTQ users, and revealed more about the Israeli military. Conflicts – which include physical damage and destruction – weapons – a recent incident during the decades-long war between Iran and Israel. They are now becoming more and more obsessed with the nonsense of digital spying and distraction.
The attacks are of concern to experts, who say that infrastructure that supports a large part of daily life should be unlimited for government-sponsored thieves. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency announced the announcement 16 key components—Including energy, health care, dams, and food — which it believes should not be associated with government-sponsored terrorists. The invasion returns as Iran has also begun talks on nuclear weapons and the world powers.
“It seems that this is the story of various athletes who are trying to show their ability to establish new strengths in the region,” said Esfandyar Batmanghelidj, a guest at the European Council on Foreign Relations think tank. which adds that there has been a great deal of international dialogue in the Middle East in recent months.
Well-known hackers on Iran’s economy have been increasingly targeted at the target and are being targeted by government and non-governmental organizations. But they have one thing in common: They create chaos and confusion for ordinary people and businesses in the country.
On July 9 and 10 this year, terrorists disrupted Iranian rail missions and posted false information on digital signage. “Long delays due to cyber attacks. More: 64411,” he read in a message on the railway signs. The phone number is linked to the office of Iran’s prime minister, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
Rail raid, according to analysis by Check Point which was later confirmed by a New York intelligence company Intezer, he was associated with a cult group called Indra, the name of a Hindu god of war. The group has also carried out terrorist attacks in Syria, and it is “impossible” to join the country, the study said. Check Point says a well-known group appears to be “closely monitoring” organizations that are “allied with the Iranian government,” and that they have attacked a currency exchange with a private plane from Syria, threatening to invade Syria. oil refineries in 2019 and 2020.