"Give it a go and see what happens" - Russian secret services' approach to foreign cyber attacks

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UK Intelligence and Security Committee report claims Russia is "ostentatiously flexing its muscles" online

Russian security services have a "go and see what happens" towards offensive cyber activities.  That's the claim of the latest annual report from the Committee, which also provides more informat...

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