Germany recalls envoy to Russia over cyberattack


The German ambassador to Russia was recalled for consultations on Monday after Berlin accused Moscow of carrying out cyberattacks.

A newly concluded government investigation found the cyberattack had been carried out by a group — linked to Moscow’s GRU military intelligence agency — known as APT28. The group, also known as Fancy Bear, has been accused of dozens of cyberattacks around the world.

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Source: MSN News


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