The United States carried out cyberattacks on Iran in the wake of the Aramco attack last September.
The US cyberattack targeted Tehran’s ability to spread its propaganda, pointing out that such an attack is a way of retaliation that does not involve the risk of casualties in the “real world.”
Washington launched cyberattacks on Iran.
Days after the Aramco attack
The United States accused Tehran of being behind. It instructed the Iranian authorities to prepare for any possible cyberattacks that might target the country’s oil facilities. But later they denied that these facilities or other vital Iranian infrastructure exposed to any “cyber attack.” successful”.
Revolutionary Guards database destroyed
According to US officials:
Washington launched a “cyber” attack last June on Iran that destroyed a database used by the Revolutionary Guards to “attack oil tankers” in the Gulf.
On September 14, the Saudi Interior Ministry announced that:
Aramco’s industrial security teams had controlled two fires at its two factories in Abqaiq and Khurais immigration. As a result of targeting them with drones.
Later, the Al-Masirah channel of the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) quoted a spokesman for the Houthis.
“Iranian-backed rebels carried out a massive offensive operation with 10 drones that targeted the Abqaiq and Khurais refineries of the company.” Aramco in Eastern Saudi Arabia.
The Yemeni Armed Forces spokesman Brigadier Yahya Serai said in a press conference that:
“The second deterrence balance on Abqaiq and Khurais refineries carried out by aircraft operating in different engines and between new and jet engines.” Because it is still under our target and may be targeted at any moment. ”