WASHINGTON- United States President Donald Trump reportedly authorised US Cyber Command to launched a cyber attack against Iran missile control systems and spy network after Tehran downed an American surveillance drone.
Trump also announced that he will impose additional sanctions on Iran today.
According to Washington Post, the cyber-attack crippled down computer systems that are being used for rocket and missile launches. United States also deployed a spying group to track ships in Oman Gulf.
However, Iran shrugged off the said attack by
Trump on Saturday backed out from his plans for a retaliatory military strike claiming that it wouldn’t be “proportionate” and the response may kill 150 people.
US National Security Advisor John Bolton already warned Tehran that they should not misinterpret Trump’s “prudence and discretion for weakness.”
“Neither Iran nor any other hostile actor should mistake U.S.