A cyberattack on Iranian hotels has officials pointing to Israel for the blame who has dismissed the claim. After three different hotel websites linked to hosting Iranian nuclear talks received viruses, reports linked Israel to the attack. Russia-based Kaspersky Lab and U.S. security company Symantec said the virus shared some programing with previously discovered espionage software experts believe was developed by the Israelis. The hotels had all hosted six world powers to discuss the country's nuclear program. However, Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely denied the country had any doing with the hacking: "The international reports of Israeli involvement on the matter are baseless."