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Iran repulses Israel’s cyberattack on its telecom. infrastructure

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Iran repulses Israel’s cyberattack on its telecom. infrastructure

In a Monday post in his twitter account, Hamid Fattahi wrote that scattered cyber attacks launched from the Israeli regime against Iran's telecommunication infrastructure since this morning have been sucessfully repulsed.

This attacks from the Israeli regime are not something strange for the world's public opinion, he noted, adding, they are the ones who claim to defend human rights and then massacre innocent people.

They falsely claim being cyber-attacked by Iran, and then carry out their own attacks," he added.

In a separate Monday tweet, Iran's Minister of Information and Communications Technology Javad Azari Jahromi condemned the attack saying that Iran will bring this hostile act to international bodies.

A regime which has a clear history of cyber crimes in cases such as Stuxnet was trying this time to harm Iran's communications infrastructure, but thanks to the vigilance of technical teams, it didn’t achieve anything," the ICT minister said.



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