Israel neck deep in perpetrating cyberterrorism
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that the Israeli regime will construct an iron dome to counter cyber attacks from Iran. In a security meeting, Netanyahu noted that Israel's infrastructure system and computers are the objectives of Iran, claiming his cybernetics office staff seeks to develop a digital iron dome to address such leaks.
Israel resorts to iron dome cyberattacks against Iran
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday that the Israeli regime will construct an iron dome to counter cyber attacks from Iran.
In a security meeting, Netanyahu noted that Israel's infrastructure system and computers are the objectives of Iran.
He said that the Israeli cybernetics office staff, formed last year, seeks to develop a digital iron dome to address such leaks.
The Israeli official added that the operation needs time to be developed. However, he indicated that the Tel Aviv regime has started.
The newspaper The Washington Post revealed in a recent report that the Israeli regime and the U.S. created the "flame" computer virus to spy on Iran.
The virus is among the most sophisticated and subversive pieces of malware to be exposed to date. Experts said the program was designed to replicate across even highly secure networks, then control everyday computer functions to send secrets back to its creators. The code could activate computer microphones and cameras, log keyboard strokes, take screen shots, extract geolocation data from images, and send and receive commands and data through Bluetooth wireless technology.
Also in June the newspaper The New York Times brought to light that President Barack Obama had secretly ordered a computer attack against Iran through the Stuxnet virus in order to sabotage the Iranian nuclear program.
"This is about preparing the battlefield for another type of covert action," said one former high-ranking U.S. intelligence official, who added that Flame and Stuxnet were elements of a broader assault that continues today.
The two destructive viruses that infiltrated Iranian computers over the past two years were neutralized in Iran after developing software capable of disabling them.
On the other hand, Netanyahu has said that to relieve against jihad activities and the recent attacks on the Gaza Strip that left three people dead, regime forces continue operations of a similar nature.
Since Saturday, three people have been killed by the wave of air strikes by the Israeli regime against the Gaza Strip
It's rather notable that they announce a "defensive" program, playing the victim role, when they are the perpetrators of massive cyberterrorism. One comes to expect such Orwellian doublespeak from the FUKUS/Israel axis.
Info source: Hispan TV
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