Institute for the Study of War si AEI’s Critical Threats Project publica o analiza a dezvoltarii parteneriatului dintre Federatia Rusa si Iran.
La pagina 2 este un scurt paragraf in care se relateaza despre un atac cibernetic in 15 iulie la adresa unor obiective din Romania executat de un grup de hackeri din Iran.
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„Iran may have also organized a cyberattack to support Russia against NATO. A hacking group, Farigh al Tahereh, conducted a denial-of-service attack against Romanian websites, including the Romanian border guards’ website, on July 15. Iranian state media *has described Farigh al Tahereh as an “Iraqi resistance group”—terminology usually reserved for Iranian proxies. Farigh al Tahereh is likely either the cyber wing of an Iranian proxy in Iraq or a front group for the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC). Iran may have targeted the Romanian border guards to threaten Europe with an overwhelming influx of migrants or refugees driven by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and consequent global food shortages.”