APT41 is a prolific cybercriminal group that had conducted a mix of government-back cyber intrusions and financially motivated data breaches.
If cybercrime were a country, it would have the world’s third-largest economy, after the US and China.
One of the published videos was accompanied by a caption in Hebrew, saying: "For a long time we have control over all your activities, step by step and moment by moment."
Besides improving its own capabilities, Iran has started for the first time to more aggressively share cyberattack tools with Hezbollah.
Public Defender's Office issued its annual report slamming the state for abuse of power in hacking suspect's cell phones and a variety of other areas.
Penetrating the systems of financial institutions and employing the use of hackers are known practices of North Korea, which almost brought down the Central Bank of Bangladesh in this way.
Although the breach in question has been blocked, there is no way to know whether the information in the system was leaked before it was patched.
Iranian hacker group "Black Reward" hacked into Iran's atomic energy organization's email server.
The Iranian cyberattack on Albania earlier this year threatened to paralyze public services and digital systems, hack into state records and further sow chaos.
Over 12 different airport websites were affected by 14 different cyberattacks throughout the day on Monday.