Doubts cast on claim that Russia hacked Ukraine's military via Trojanised Android app

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CrowdStrike report described as "delusional" by Ukrainian artillery officer

Claims before Christmas that Ukraine's military was effectively hacked by a group linked to Russia, enabling Russian-backed rebels in the east of the country to easily target Ukrainian military art...

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