Another Virus Attack on Iran
By Micah Halpern
Tuesday May 29, 2012
Iran was hit by another cyber virus. This one is even more devastating than the last three.
This new virus is called Flame. The virus just called for an evaluation of all the computers connected to the nuclear program.
The extent of this program is so great that it can turn computers on and off, take pictures, turn on microphones - it can literally act on its own and transmit all its own information.
Kaspersky antivirus is the source of information, because they detected the virus. Kaspersky is headquartered out of Moscow and I assume that they are the consultants working for Iran to try to isolate and contain this virus.
It seems that this virus, Flame, is very similar to the other viruses, Stuxnet that struck Iran in 2010, DUQU that hit Iran in 2011 and Viper that took over their computer systems in early 2012.
Kaspersky says that Flame can only be the product of a country dedicated to cyber warfare. They assert that this is not a bored teenager but 5,000 programmers at work. Interestingly, Israel and the Palestinian Authority have also been hit. Kaspersky says that they have found Flame there also.
I predicted that this would happen and I am absolutely certain that Iran will be attacked again within six months by another computer virus.
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