Kremlin-linked entities are believed to have been behind a sophisticated cyber espionage attack that targeted the European Union’s embassy in Moscow and stole highly sensitive material from the mission’s internal network just weeks before the European Parliament elections in late May.
The fact that Russia’s intelligence services were involved in a hacking case whose main target was the democratic process of a Western political institution is of little surprise, but reports that the European Ext...


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