Iran Cyber Report
March 13, 2010 by Post Team
Iran Cyber Report:TEHRAN,Iran has arrested 30 people suspected of belonging to a U.S. cyber-related information-gathering network on Iranian nuclear scientists and sending people abroad for training, a news agency reported Saturday.
He said the group tried to recruit people over the Internet for training in Iraq with the town Mujahideen Organization, a group of leftist exiles launched attacks against the Islamic Republic of Iraq Saddam Hussein
“Thirty people were arrested in connection with a U.S. organization of the network cyber war through a complex series of security measures in the field of information technology and communications,” Fars news agency.
General Court and the revolutionaries in Tehran, said one of the group was linked to an outlawed sect – a reference to the Baha’i religious minority, the agency said.
“Among the charges against this network are the creation of a network of information collection, including identification of the country’s nuclear scientists and organized illegal demonstrations and encourage the public to join them after the presidential election,” he said.
Iran has seen its biggest internal crisis since the 1979 revolution as supporters of candidates who lost to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad last year took to the streets in protest, provoking a strong security operation.
Iran is embroiled in a dispute with Western countries who fear its nuclear energy program is a cover for developing nuclear weapons. Washington and its allies have condemned Iran for its treatment of the opposition movement
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