The United States accuses the Iranians broke the US banks and a dam New York City

Mar

25

2016

Directed the US Justice Department charges against seven Iranians said they belonged Revolutionary Guard responsible for 187 attack denial of service targeted a number of US banks between 2011 and 2013. It also said that one of the defendants had access to the private electronic system blocked “Baumann Avenue” north New York city and he was able to control the flow of water and that was some of the dam separating parts for maintenance.

The US government said that the defendants worked for the two Iranian companies specialized in information technology has been contracted by the Iranian government in order to carry out the attacks.

According to the Ministry of Justice in the gallery accusation that the attackers they launched a weekly attacks were through which to channel up to 140 gigabits of data per second to the private American banks targeted Web servers, resulting in systems crashes these banks but without being any personal information theft.

The US government believes that the most serious of these attacks was able One defendant, “Hamid turquoise” access to the private electronic system blocked “Baumann,” where he was able to see the information on the state of operation of the dam and water levels, temperature, and water drainage gate. Had it not been cut for the gate system in order for maintenance was a hacker was able to water control.

And lead charges against seven Iranians to jail for a maximum period of up to ten years in the case were tried in US courts, with an additional five years to penetrative dam.

The United States was recently revealed Syrian hackers working for the Syrian regime ‘s names on charges of breach sites belonging to US companies, it has issued a search for suspects with a cash prize of memorandums of up to $ 100,000 reward for information leading to their arrest.

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