Iran may avenge the death of its commander before Eid

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After the death of its commander, Iran has said that it will take revenge from Israel. Meanwhile, on Iranian Jerusalem Day, which falls on the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan, Israel’s National Cyber ​​Directorate warned that cyber attacks could hit the country during this period. The directorate said that discussion of attacks against Israel has increased this year, calling for a cyber attack on Israel tomorrow, after which Iran has called on people to participate in April using the #OpJerusalem and #OpIsrael hashtags. 7. The purpose of these hashtags is to inspire people around the world to attack Israel.

cyber attack warning

The National Cyber ​​Directorate has expressed apprehension that there may be many cyber attacks on Israel on this day. These attacks could damage many Israeli Internet services and spread much misinformation against Israel. Every year on Jerusalem Day, similar attacks take place on Israel, Israel blames Iran for these attacks. This year, Jerusalem Day is coming just a few days after the attack on the Iranian Embassy in Syria, so this time these attacks may happen with more capacity.

What is Jerusalem Day?

Iranian Jerusalem Day is celebrated every year on the last Friday of the month of Ramadan and is known for the display of aggressive anti-Israel activity in cyberspace throughout Iran, the Palestinian Authority, and Israel. During this time, many cyber attacks are carried out every year, such as destroying websites, taking over smart home systems, sending text messages containing phishing messages, hacking into social networks, infiltrating company databases and leaking information.

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