Jalali admitted that the investigation is not over yet.
“We are still not able to confirm this from a technical point of view, but looking at it analytically, I think the attack was carried out by the Zionist regime, the Americans and their agents,” the official said in an interview with state-run Jalali TV. For Iran’s cyber security.
On Tuesday, all Iranian gas stations were hacked, completely paralyzing their operation. President Ebrahim Raisi said on Wednesday that the hackers aimed to create “chaos and disruption” in the country ahead of the second anniversary of the brutal crackdown on protests over gasoline prices across the country.
The Pakistan Students’ News Agency was the first to describe the incident as a “cyber attack”. According to her People who wanted to buy gas with a special card could not make the transaction and received the message “Cyber attack 64411”.
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