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5/14/2014
06:00 PM
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On The Trail of An Iranian Hacking Operation

The Iranian Ajax Security Team of hackers went from high-profile hacktivists posturing on Facebook to cyberspies encrypting stolen information from defense contractors.

Source: CrowdStrike
Source: CrowdStrike

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Kelly Jackson Higgins,
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5/22/2014 | 9:52:04 AM
Re: we need Safe and secure world
Thanks for sharing your perspective here, @aydintor. 
aydintor
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aydintor,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/17/2014 | 1:08:44 AM
we need Safe and secure world
the hacking that is mentioned here is from part of iranian government . we (the security specialist) in iran do not like this hacking and try to have safe and secure world.we try to be ethical and improve our khnowledge with you guy.help ethical hacher and security spatialist in iran .we are against hacktivism and other international illegal behavior.just blive us that  we are good guys.we try to learn but becase of sanction we can not access usefull material but the wrong guys can by govermental facilities.
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