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The information was also sold privately throughout Iran to state universities. Those victims are spread across: Australia Canada China Denmark Finland Germany Ireland Israel Italy Japan Malaysia Netherlands Norway Poland Singapore South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom The individuals charged are Gholamreza Rafatnejad, 38; Ehsan Mohammadi, 37; Abdollah Karima, aka Vahid Karima, 39; Mostafa Sadeghi, 28; Seyed Ali Mirkarimi, 34; Mohammed Reza Sabahi, 26; Roozbeh Sabahi, 24; Abuzar Gohari Moqadam, 37; and Sajjad Tahmasebi, 30.These are the nine Iranians who have been charged with hacking into US and foreign government systems to steal 31 terabytes of information valued at at least .4billion from 2013, allegedly at the behest of the Iranian government The men were all named at a press conference held by US Deputy Attorney General Rod J. 'These nine Iranian nationals allegedly stole more than 31 terabytes of documents and data from more than 140 American universities, 30 American companies, five American government agencies, and also more than 176 universities in 21 foreign countries,' Rosenstein said.According to the Justice Department, the value of the information they stole from US universities alone was .4billion. Berman for the Southern District of New York described the effort as 'one of the largest state-sponsored hacking sprees in history' in a statement on Friday.Officials say the hack was ordered by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, a branch of the country's military. 144 universities US Department of Labor Federal Energy Regulatory Commission State of Hawaii State of Indiana State of Indiana Department of Education United Nations United Nations Children's Fund Three academic publishers Two media and entertainment companies One law firm 11 tech firms Five consulting firms Two banking and investment firms Two online car sales companies One healthcare company One employee benefit company One industrial machinery company One biotech company One stock images company 176 universities and 11 private companies were targeted abroad.Videos showing women burning the hijab are being posted on social media in solidarity with a protest movement against enforced headscarf in Iran.Posted online with the hashtag #No Hijab Day, a response to last week's World Hijab Day event, the videos show women removing their headscarves and setting them on fire in front of the camera.
access to non-Iranian scientific resources,' according to the Department of Justice.Around 8,000, including 3,700 in the US, fell for the scam and had their data compromised.Not only was the information given to the military, but prosecutors say it was privately sold throughout Iran.The charges are the latest indicator of Trump's crusade against Iran which he previously described as one of 'the world’s leading state sponsor of terror.' The action is the fourth time in the past few months that the administration of U. President Donald Trump has blamed a foreign government for major cyber attacks, a practice that was relatively rare under the Obama administration. Washington imposed new sanctions on 19 Russians and five groups, including Moscow´s intelligence services, for meddling in the 2016 U.
Last week, the administration accused the Russian government of cyber attacks stretching back at least two years that targeted the U.
They men were all hit with sanctions as was the Mabna Institute which operates out of the Iranian city of Shiraz.