Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Develop a 'software' to fight virus 'Duke'

Iran develops antivirus programs to protect their computers from government centers , which have been recently affected by a new virus called Duke , local Mehr news agency reported.

The director of the Passive Defense Organization of Iran, Gholamreza Jalali, reported that all equipment affected by the computer virus has been cleared and the situation is under control. Jalali stressed that the Cyber ​​created for this type of situation "works day and night on this issue." Late last month, Iran created a Cyber ​​dedicated to the fight against cyber attacks that could affect the country, especially its security and defense. The functions of the Cyber ​​Command will "monitor, identify and counter when there are threats against national infrastructure, "Jalali said. Iran has denounced alleged attacks computer, which has been attributed to the U.S. and Israel , to create problems in their military and security systems and, above all its nuclear facilities.


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