[TheRecord] Cyber-attack on Iranian railway was a wiper incident, not ransomware

The cyber-attack that paralyzed Iran’s national railway system at the start of the month was caused by a disk-wiping malware strain named Meteor and not by a ransomware attack, according to research published by security firms Amnpardaz and SentinelOne, which managed to obtain a copy of the malware.

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