An Iranian shareholder monitors share prices on his laptop computer at the Tehran Stock Exchange. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi)
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European authorities have taken action to take down a cyber-espionage campaign believed to be linked to Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard, the first operation of its kind since Tehran signed a nuclear treaty, security researchers said.Computers in Europe were used by Rocket Kitten hackers in Tehran to stage remote attacks on targets in Saudi Arabia, other countries neighboring Iran, Israel, Europe, the United States, Venezuela and Iran itself, according to Check Point researchers.Iran has been hit by several debilitating computer virus campaigns including Stuxnet, a cyber-weapon jointly developed by the United States and Israel that destroyed some Iranian nuclear production facilities.
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