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Published on April 15th, 2019 📆 | 6393 Views ⚑

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Could Iran launch a cyberattack in response to Trump's Twitter threats?

The Trump administration and the Iranian regime are in a war of words. Could Iran respond with a cyberattack? CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joins CBSN to share his reporting on Iran’s potential cyber capabilities.

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24 Responses to Could Iran launch a cyberattack in response to Trump's Twitter threats?

  1. MilesBellas says:

    sick of the war mongering

    every few months it is a new over simplified enemy
    .
    they won't do anything

  2. MilesBellas says:

    he is either deliberately euphemistic or deliberately misleading with Stuxnet

    "In late 2009 or early 2010, Iran decommissioned and replaced about 1,000 IR-1 centrifuges in the Fuel Enrichment Plant (FEP) at Natanz, implying that these centrifuges broke"

    see the "Zero Days" documentary

    https://youtu.be/J50bUcf8gfc

  3. ijvo1951 says:

    Sick of the, could, what if, in my opinion, etc. What about reporting on things that are actually happening. Like the 7 wars, the U.S. is involved in already which doesn't have much taxpayer support. This is the "Project for a New American Century".

  4. I honeztly didn't know that Iran had theze type of cyber capabilities…..jeeze….iz everybody better on a keyboard than us??

  5. H Pn says:

    Actually any country can. Iran is a terrorist country. They have been funding terrorists for decade now.

  6. Some Person says:

    Trump has shown he doesn't care about cyber security, why wouldn't Iran do something like a cyber attack? I mean Trump is still stuck on or someone else and not Russia. It would be hypocritical if Trump blamed Iran for an attack but won't blame Russia…?

  7. If Iran was a city in Florida they could,—-stand your ground law

  8. This interview is a joke? How could those that are already responsible for security be so criminally incompetent and negligent that any of the items listed even be possilbe? Why is the electric grid networked in such a way that it is allegedly vulnerable to any of this? This has been a know potential issue for decades why hasn't it been fixed?

  9. Robert Lind says:

    Iran does not want to take Russia's job.

  10. Julie H says:

    It's time to meet with Iran, have it televised worldwide and set up a new deal. These back and forth threats on the internet aren't going to solve anything.

  11. Crazy Life says:

    Another ba-ba-ba-ba like North Korea.

  12. SYNAPSE 2020 says:

    Oh good. Another "witch hunt" the little emperor can whine about.

  13. George Soros says:

    They are just trying to get hype for the new album coming out next week…

  14. equilibriums says:

    I love how they purposely leave out how Iran said right before the "mother of all wars" quote, that peace with Iran was the mother of all peace.

  15. Zhero Zhero says:

    2 Manchildren fighting in a sandbox

  16. To all the people thinking this is like north korea you are very wrong. The last country america are going to war with is iran. It was their stupid plan since 9/11 on iraq.

  17. Dear Iran, please hack the IRS and show the world trump's tax returns

  18. Mark Cain says:

    Trump is maddd. Trying to divert the Russian investigations !! IMPEACH TRUMP !!

  19. ©™ TMALX Transnational ? Militant? Armed?Liberation⛓ Xecutive? Observation ✍ ✍

    The US is constantly hacking and attacking other countries and companies internet infrastructure.
    It's a 24/7/365 Operation by Uncle Sam et al.

  20. He is trying to weaken our country 45 empty threats

  21. Tomoko Abe says:

    The Stuxnet disassembled code can be modified to take down electric grids.

  22. Dying Starz says:

    Same thing from American only bark?. Nothing new

  23. 3506Dodge says:

    That would be a perfect excuse for the U.S. to shut down Iran's internet completely.

  24. Pat Byrne says:

    In this pissing contest, no one wins and everyone ends up wet and stinking

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