Home / news / Iran’s cyberweapons keep US on edge. Tehran-backed hackers are expected to target the US and its allies to avenge the killing of a top Iranian general. So, how do Iran’s cyberwarfare capabilities compare with those of the US, DW asks security experts.

Iran’s cyberweapons keep US on edge. Tehran-backed hackers are expected to target the US and its allies to avenge the killing of a top Iranian general. So, how do Iran’s cyberwarfare capabilities compare with those of the US, DW asks security experts.

Iran’s cyberweapons keep US on edge. Tehran-backed hackers are expected to target the US and its allies to avenge the killing of a top Iranian general. So, how do Iran’s cyberwarfare capabilities compare with those of the US, DW asks security experts.

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  1. Iranians: We have embarassing material about Donald Trump, and are willing to negotiate a-

    US Headline: Trump shits his pants again “It was a yuge, magificent shit.”

  2. Anyone remember stuxnet?

  3. Turns out they are not clueless luddites:
    >Iran is said to have developed advanced cyber capabilities in response to the 2010 Stuxnet virus attack on an Iranian nuclear facility. The attack is widely believed to have been carried out by the US and Israel to derail Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.

  4. I wonder how many government sponsored Iranian “hackers” will be using public CVE’s to deface websites.

    boy im scared.

  5. Like this wasn’t happening before. Iran is a shit actor got 40 years.

    Country that hasn’t been bulldozer because we think it was important 2500 years ago.

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