Ukrainian authorities point finger of blame at Russia over NotPetya malware

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Ukraine points finger of blame for NotPetya malware at Russia
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Ukraine points finger of blame for NotPetya malware at Russia

Security Service of Ukraine claims to have seized equipment used to propagate WannaCry and NotPetya

Authorities in Ukraine have pointed the finger of blame for last week's NotPetya cyber attack at Russian security services. The malware appears to have been launched via the compromised software update...

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