Iranian Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi underscored on Thursday that the country is completely ready for defending its sensitive facilities against enemies' cyber attacks, FARS news reported.
Moslehi revealed a joint scheme by the US, UK and Israel to launch a massive cyber attack against Tehran following the talks in Moscow.
"Based on obtained information, the US and the Israel along with the MI6 (the British intelligence service) planned an operation to launch a massive cyber attack against Iran's facilities following the meeting between Iran and the G5+1 in Moscow," he said.
Iran and the Group 5+1 - Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States plus Germany - wrapped up two days of serious and detailed talks in Moscow on Tuesday.
"They still seek to carry out the plan, but we have taken necessary measures," Moslehi added.
Earlier, Iran's Minister of Communication and Information Technology Reza Taqipour announced on Wednesday that the country's cyber experts have managed to control 'Flame', an extraordinarily sophisticated malware that attacked Iranian servers recently.
"Fortunately, our country's experts have identified Flame, produced an anti-virus for it immediately and provided the governmental bodies with it," Taqipour told reporters after a cabinet meeting Wednesday.
"The Islamic Republic of Iran was the first country which discovered it (the Flame) and produced its anti-virus," he added.