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Malware Corrupts Iranian Financial Databases
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12/10/2012 | 4:10:22 PM
re: Malware Corrupts Iranian Financial Databases
Of course Iranian officials are going to downplay the threat, they do not want to appear weak to the general public, or to the threats which I am sure area ware of the damage they can cause. The actual software does sound like it could do some serious damage as far as corrupting and overwriting the database that exists currently. Would Iran admit that their systems have been compromised, if they did not have to?

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