German security services unveiled evidence of a major cyberattack on federal computer networks in December 2017; the public broadcaster Deutsche Welle links the attack to Russia.
The attack affected the government directly. The hackers targeted the so-called IVBB network (Informationsverbund Berlin-Bonn) that links the Chancellery, the parliament, federal ministries, the Federal Audit Office and several security institutions.
The link to Russia is specific.
German intelligence sources suggest...
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