The investigation into the attack on the networks of the Australian Parliament and the three main political parties — Liberal, Labor and National — is ongoing and the Australian Signals Directorate says it can offer no comment on it now.
Security firm Resecurity, which was in the news recently when it claimed an Iran-linked group was behind both the breach of the Australian Parliament network and at multinational software company Citrix Systems, appears to be headed by a man who has been in the security industry previously but landed in controversy over some of his media comments, the researcher who discovered his identity claims.
The Australian Parliament was hacked by a group based in Iran, a hitherto unknown security firm has claimed, adding that the Mabna Institute, which was backing the person or people involved, had also been implicated in attacks on the US and other Western countries.
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