Israel Definitely Not Behind Cyberattack On Iran


Israel have denied having anything to do with a series of reported cyber attacks against hotels where international talks are being held on Iran’s nuclear program.

The viruses discovered at the venues by cyber-security group Kaspersky Lab are similar to the Duqu virus – a piece of malware widely believed to have been developed by the Israelis.

To clear up any misunderstanding, Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely took to the radio today and put rumours to rest – “The international reports of Israeli involvement in the matter are baseless” .

In much the same was Iran is solely  pursuing nuclear for medical and energy reasons…

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