Tag Archives: Middle East Cyber War

The Cyber Battle in Middle East Continues…

In the last wave, Yourikan has taken down 106 Iranian sites, defacing them with a message against the Nuclear Strategy of Iran.

He also claims to have deleted the backend databases.

This is only the latest occurrence of the mutual attacks between the two cyber factions. My sixth sense and one half tells me that more are to come…

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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.

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Iran Energy Water Website Defaced By An Israeli Hacker Against The Terrorist Attack in Burgas

You-r!-k@n keeps on his personal battle against Iran.

The latest target is the official website of Iran Energy Water (tw.org.ir), which has been defaced, showing, in several sections, of the main page, a message against the Iran Nuclear Program and against the recent event in Bulgaria where five Israeli tourists (and their local driver) were killed in a terrorist attack in the Black Sea city of Burgas. At the time of writing the web site is unavailable, showing the well-familiar IIS7 Splash Screen (in spite of the embargo and the alleged Iranian Cyber Autarchy).

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A New Beginning For The Middle East Cyberwar?

After several months of silence, a new resounding dump in Middle East.

I have just received an email message from you-r!-k@n, one of the early pro-Israeli contenders of the Middle East Cyber War, advising me of a new huge dump against an Iranian Server (irimo.ir, Iranian Meteorological Organization), which is currently unavailable. He claims to have acquired administrator privileges for the domain (1500 computers and server, 400 users), and has posted some screenshot as evidence, and the list of 400 Active Directory Users.

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