Deconstructing the DOJ Iranian Hacking Indictment

The alleged attackers used fairly simple tools, techniques and procedures to compromise a new victim organization on an almost weekly basis for over five years.

On March 23, the United States Justice Department unsealed an indictment against nine attackers operating out of Iran, believed to be working on behalf of the Iranian government. The indictment outlined the tools and techniques used, who was targeted, what the attackers were after, and how successful they were in compromising their targets.

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