WASHINGTON: Iran may revenge dangerously by US President Donald Trump this week to ban Iran. Cyber security and intelligence experts say Iran can make cyber attacks on America to seek revenge from Trump. Concerns regarding the cyber attack from Iran are being expressed since May after Trump's withdrawal of the deal from the 2015 nuclear deal.
Experts said the threat further increased on Tuesday when the US re-enacted economic sanctions against Tehran. On the other hand, Iran has refused to use its cyber capabilities for aggressive purposes. He has also accused America of targeting himself.
However, a cyber security company named Recorded Future said that he had seen an increase in the interaction related to Iran's threatening activities during the past few weeks. In the US National Intelligence Directorate's office, the former Iranian manager Norm Rule said that he thinks that Iran is likely to register resistance in cyberspace.