Iran Says Gas Network Partially Restored After Mystery Cyberattack | #cybersecurity | #cyberattack

Iran’s subsidized gasoline distribution system was partially restored Friday, three days after an unprecedented cyberattack by unknown perpetrators, authorities said.   

Among 4,300 fuel stations across the country, “at present, 1,450 are connected to the central fuel distribution system,” said Fatemeh Kahi, a spokeswoman for the National Oil Products Distribution Company.

A further 2,350 stations were delivering unsubsidized fuel to motorists, she told state news agency IRNA.  

Authorities said Tuesday the results of an investigation into the alleged attack would be ready within 10 days, and that it may have originated from outside Iran.

President Ebrahim Raisi on Wednesday said that his country must be “seriously prepared” against cyberattacks. 

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