A U.S. riverine command boat on patrol in the Persian Gulf. Iran and Saudi Arabia, on either side of the Gulf, are engaged in sporadic cyber skirmishing.
A U.S. riverine command boat on patrol in the Persian Gulf. Iran and Saudi Arabia, on either side of the Gulf, are engaged in sporadic cyber skirmishing. Torrey W. Lee AP
A U.S. riverine command boat on patrol in the Persian Gulf. Iran and Saudi Arabia, on either side of the Gulf, are engaged in sporadic cyber skirmishing. Torrey W. Lee AP

As U.S. issues warning to Iran, Persian Gulf cyberwar takes on new meaning

February 01, 2017 04:22 PM

UPDATED February 01, 2017 08:24 PM

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