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Winds Of Cyber War From The Middle East


Approximately a couple of weeks ago, an Israeli hacker called You-r!-k@n, one of the early contenders of the Middle East Cyber War, had defaced the Iran Energy Water Website. The attack was claimed as a form of cyber protest (and cyber retaliation) against Iranian institutions executed by the same author.

Yesterday, two weeks later, with the same motivations, the same hacker has targeted and defaced 91 Iranian sites, including several government and education sites together with several important companies.

All the affected sites (at the time of writing the ones listed below are still defaced) show the same message against the “terror” and the nuclear strategy of Iran together with an Israeli flag.

According to the author, the list of the victims include:

According to the original statement of You-r!-k@n:

This is an attack against Iran than support terrorism and developing nuclear weapons to destroy Israel.

The situation between the two hot countries of the Middle East continues to be tense, and cyberspace is not an exception.

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  1. Iranian guy
    August 8, 2012 at 9:09 am

    lol even that university become the most largest?! lol idiots.

  2. Another Iranian guy
    August 8, 2012 at 9:13 am

    I simply don’t know none of those websites. abandoned governmental websites with outdated wordpress maybe? thanks for the entertainment Israeli hacker which have a funny and stupid nickname…

  3. juju
    August 9, 2012 at 4:05 pm

    good job man

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