Iranian Revolutionary Guards "penetrate" electronic accounts of Obama administration officials
Baghdad - INA / US officials said that Iran's Revolutionary Guards hacked e-mail accounts and social media to officials in President Barack Obama's administration in recent weeks in cyberattacks believed to be linked to the arrest of a US businessman of Iranian origin in Tehran, the newspaper reported, "Wall Street Journal "of America.
The newspaper noted At report posted on its version Alaketronah- that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, to launch an electronic war routine against US government agencies for years, but US officials said there is an increase in these attacks in conjunction with the arrest of Siamak Namazi, an executive consultant in the energy sector and businessmen , last month and was among those who contributed to the strengthening of economic and diplomatic relations between the United States and Iran.
Said Almsaolon- as the newspaper reported that the Obama administration staff from a large group of people who have penetrated their computer systems in recent weeks, including journalists, academics, and included a list of workers in the US, Iranian Foreign Ministry Affairs and the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Office of Personnel attacks.
He noted one of the officials in the US administration that "US officials were among the many targeted by the recent cyber attacks", and that the United States is still investigating the possible link between this and the issue of Namazie, and officials believe that recent attacks may be linked to reports about detainees citizens of with dual nationality and others.
The newspaper quoted what it called the "friends and business associates to Namazie" as saying that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard's intelligence arm confiscated Penmaza your computer after looting his family home in Tehran.
He noted the US newspaper that the cyber attacks on the US administration comes amid an important turning point for relations between the United States and Iran, has expressed US President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry hope to help Iran's nuclear agreement, which was reached last July to stimulate further cooperation between Washington and Tehran about regional issues, also participated Iran last week for the first time in efforts to end the multi-front war international talks in Syria, where Tehran supports the Syrian regime.
She said, "Wall Street Journal" The cyber attacks Revolutionary Guards, the latest sign that the hard-line factions within the Iranian regime, including the army and the Office of the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, have not changed their hostility toward Washington despite the historic agreement between Iran and the six world powers including the United States.
She added that "Khamenei claimed repeatedly in recent weeks that the United States is trying to use the agreement, which restricts Iran's nuclear program in exchange for the lifting of international sanctions, undermine and weaken the Islamic government in the country", noting that the Namazie arrest and a Lebanese businessman Last bears stay (Green Card ) of the United States sparked fresh criticism from the US Congress towards the nuclear deal, and some lawmakers called the White House to increase sanctions on the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, a move Khamenei said it would mean a violation of the nuclear de
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