Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Iran Rolls Homemade Detection Of Malware

Iran has 150 locations in the country rolled out a homemade intrusion detection system (IDS) to protect production in industrial enterprises from malware. It reports the Iranian news agency Mehr News today.According to the manager of the project is the IDS very safe, because it uses an Iranian system.

The system would have an output of 5 gigabits per second and are so ready for large-scale industrial enterprises. In 2010 showed that Iran had become the target of the Stuxnetworm. The malware was provided at the uranium enrichment plant in Natanz. According to Iran, the United States and Israel were behind the attack.

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