Railway services in Iran were disrupted today (Friday) in “unprecedented chaos,” apparently following a cyber attack, local media reported. According to the report, hackers have released the phone number of the Supreme Leader’s office Ali Khamenei As a number of malfunction inquiries.

Meanwhile, trains in the country were delayed or canceled altogether when ticket offices, the national railway site and cargo services were disrupted, and a message on electronic boards at stations asked travelers to call a number that actually belonged to Khamenei’s office, according to the Fares news agency.

A spokesman for the state railway company told the media that “technicians are checking for the disruptions and denying there are major delays”

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