Iran suspects possible cyberattack of petrol stations

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Al-Araby

Gas stations across Iran on Tuesday suffered through a widespread outage of a government system managing fuel subsidies, stopping sales in an incident that one semiofficial news agency briefly referred to as a cyberattack. An Iranian state television account online shared images of long lines of cars waiting to fill up in Tehran. An Associated Press journalist also saw lines of cars at a Tehran gas station, with the pumps off and the station closed. State TV did not explain what the issue was, but said Oil Ministry officials were holding an “emergency meeting” to solve the technical problem. T…

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