Flame Virus Iran, Kaspersky Beats Israeli Flame BugMay 30 | Posted by David Goldman | Intelligence News
The Flame Virus for Iran has destroyed, massively, the Iranian oil sector computer systems leading to massive data loss, Iranian intelligence has confirmed to the government of Iran.
Gholam Reza Jalali, the head of Iran’s anti sabotage unit reports that only the Iranian oil sector computer system was affected by the deadly and most effective data mining virus Flame.
However, it is possible the virus was able to penetrate other government computer systems.
Gholam Reza Jalali says that the virus was defeated and removed from the Iranian oil sector computer systems.
The origin of the FLAME VIRUS for computers is Israel and United States.
The FLAME was detected by Kaspersky Lab anti-virus, a Russian computer virus program.
The FLAME Virus was deployed in Iran, Israel, Palestinian territories, Sudan, Syria, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.
Our analysts narrow the source of FLAME Virus to Israel due to its proximity and current desperate measures to clamp down on Iran’s nuclear plans.
Israel has already hinted its behind the deadly computer virus FLAME, after a top Israeli minister, Moshe Yaalon, Israel’s Vice Prime Minister and Strategic Affairs Minister fed speculation Israel created and deployed the complex data-stealing “Flame” virus.
What FLAME Virus Can Do
Flame Virus Iran can hijack a computer’s microphone to record conversations, take screen shots during chats through instant messenger and can steal data from devices that are attached to an infected computer through a Bluetooth connection.