[HackerNews] A New Wiper Malware Was Behind Recent Cyberattack On Iranian Train System

A cyber attack that derailed websites of Iran’s transport ministry and its national railway system earlier this month, causing widespread disruptions in train services, was the result of a never-before-seen reusable wiper malware called “Meteor.”
The campaign — dubbed “MeteorExpress” — has not been linked to any previously identified threat group or to additional attacks, making it the first

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