The New York Times: EEEU Plans to Launch Multiple Cyber ​​Attacks Against Russia in Coming Weeks

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The New York Times: EEEU Plans to Launch Multiple Cyber ​​Attacks Against Russia in Coming Weeks

The New York Times: EEEU Plans to Launch Multiple Cyber ​​Attacks Against Russia in Coming Weeks

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The US plans to carry out several cyberattacks against Russian government networks in the next three weeks, in response to hacking … 03.08.2021, Sputnik World

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According to the outlet, which cites anonymous sources, the planned US cyber attacks are intended to be “clandestine” and “obvious to Russian President Vladimir Putin and his intelligence and military services, but not to the rest of the world. “In addition to these cyberattacks, the Biden Administration plans to impose new economic sanctions on Russia, as well as strengthen the computer networks of the US government. Last December it was reported that numerous entities and companies of the US federal government had been the target of a cyber attack massive after hackers corrupted the software of SolarWinds, a network monitoring company that provides services to various government and military agencies in the North American country. In January the Cyber ​​Security and Infrastructure Agency of the United States (CISA) said to Russia as a possible perpetrator of that computer attack that was aimed, according to Washington, data On February 19, US national security adviser Jake Sullivan declared that Washington is weeks away from taking the first steps in response to the hacking attack on SolarWinds. Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov, stated that Moscow has nothing to do with that cyber attack. For its part, the Russian Foreign Ministry stressed that the US accusations are unfounded.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The United States plans to carry out several cyberattacks against Russian government networks in the next three weeks, in response to the hacking of the SolarWinds company, the New York Times reported.

According to the outlet, which cites anonymous sources, the planned US cyber attacks are intended to be “clandestine” and “obvious to Russian President Vladimir Putin and his intelligence and military services, but not to the rest of the world. “.

In addition to these cyberattacks, the Biden Administration plans to impose new economic sanctions on Russia, as well as strengthen the computer networks of the US government.

Last December, it was reported that numerous entities and companies of the United States federal government had been the target of a massive cyberattack after hackers corrupted the software of SolarWinds, a network monitoring company that provides services to various government and military agencies. of the North American country.
They warn of the global cybersecurity crisis after the attacks against Microsoft

In January, the Cyber ​​Security and Infrastructure Agency of the United States (CISA) identified Russia as a possible perpetrator of that cyber attack that, according to Washington, targeted US intelligence data.

On February 19, US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan declared that Washington is weeks away from taking the first steps in response to the hacking attack on SolarWinds.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov stated that Moscow has nothing to do with this cyber attack. For its part, the Russian Foreign Ministry stressed that the US accusations are unfounded.

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