Report: Wave of cyberattacks on U.S. energy firms tracked back to Iran
Series of potentially destructive computer attacks that have been targeting American oil, gas and electricity companies are Iran's way of retaliating against sanctions and the U.S.-Israeli cyber efforts to sabotage the Natanz nuclear enrichment plant, The New York Times reports.
A series of potentially destructive cyberattacks seeking to sabotage corporations in the U.S. has been tracked back to Iran, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing American officials and corporate security experts.
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