The Iranian government has said it will reciprocate any cyber attacks launched against the country's computers systems and networks.
"The Ahlul Bayt news agency reports that a warning was launched by Brigadier General Ali Shadmani, the head of the Operations Department of the Iranian Armed Forces, who said that mounting any cyber attack against Iran would be a risk for US, UK and Israel," writes The Inquirer's Lucian Constantin.
"Back in June the Iranian Armed Forces announced plans to launch a cyber command, but experts don't believe the country has a lot of resources, human or otherwise, in this area yet," Constantin writes.
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