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The cyber attack in Albania, VOA discloses details: Here's where it might have come from
Written by SOT.COM.AL 5 Gusht 2022
The cyber attack in Albania is likely to have come from Iranian actors. This is the conclusion reached by one of the leading American companies in the field of cybernetics, called 'Mandiant'.
Referring to the voice of America, which has also published the report of this company, there are many possibilities that this work of pro-Iranian hackers aimed to disrupt the MEK conference that was to be held in Albania on July 23 and 24.
This conference scheduled for those two dates was canceled following warnings from local authorities of a possible terrorist threat. The Free Iran World Meeting was to be held at the camp, and among the guests were American lawmakers.
"Homeland Justice" was the name of a group whose members claimed responsibility for the cyber attack, aimed at extortion for financial gain, but which is increasingly being used for political purposes, especially by Iran.
For these attacks a few days ago, the Albanian government declared that they are similar to the methods used by hackers last year in other NATO countries, including Germany, Lithuania, the Netherlands and Belgium.
On Thursday, AKSHI announced that only 11 of the 1,225 services offered by E-Albania are out of order. While he assured that very soon every service will return to the function of citizens./VOA