Iran Cyber Police rejects rumor about Daesh poses threat to Iran

Tehran, Dec 7, IRNA - Cyber Police (FATA) Chief Brigadier General Kamal Hadianfar on Monday rejected rumor about Daesh terrorist group poses threat to Iran.

Hadianfar told a press conference that the person spreading the rumor that Daesh will pose threat to Iran on December 11 has been identified.

He added he is living in northern Iran.

FATA admonished the person for the issue, he said adding the person admitted to have made mistake, but, insisted that he has not committed any crime.

Meanwhile, commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has had no interview with the US TV CNN about the issue, Hadianfar added.

No serious threat has been posed by Daesh for cyber attack, he said.

He further said that 132 websites which had Internet link to the terrorist group of Daesh have been identified and driven out of the Internet.

FATA technicians have been monitoring the Internet links to shut down webpages related to Daesh or individuals, the would-be supporters of the terrorist group and publicizing its thoughts.

FATA shut down the websites and pages publicizing Daesh mentality, the FATA chief said.