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Topic - Dave Jevans
The technology that makes online shopping and banking secure is under increasing assault.
"I won't let anyone inside Iran, harm people of Iran, harm my country's Nuclear Scientists, harm my Leader [which nobody can], harm my President," he wrote.
"What is good is that the security community is aware of the threat. They know it could jeopardize e-commerce and they won't let that happen," said security specialist Dave Jevans of Iron Key, an online data security firm.