Albania has announced another cyberattack by the Iranian regime, this time on one of its border systems. The AP reports the story here. The AP story quotes a statement released by Albania’s Interior Ministry as well as Prime Minister Edi Rama’s Twitter feed.
As I understand the translation of Rama’s tweet below, the system is back up and running: “The systems of the border points have been in operation since this morning. Beyond the heavy feeling that penetration into these systems creates, just like when they enter a house and steal, the fact is that the aggression has not achieved the goal at all, no trickle or leak.” It sounds like their border controls are in better shape than our own.
Sistemet e pikave kufitare janë në punë qysh prej mëngjesit të sotëm.Përtej ndjesisë së rëndë që krijon penetrimi në këto sisteme, njësoj si kur të hyjnë në shtëpi e të vjedhin,fakti është se agresioni nuk ia ka arritur asfare qëllimit,asnjë zhudkje a rrjedhje serioze të dhënash!
— Edi Rama (@ediramaal) September 11, 2022
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