UK points finger of blame for NotPetya at Russia

Nicholas Fearn
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Initial attack vector of Ukrainian accounting firm always did indicate a Russian source for NotPetya

Britain has accused Russia of being the behind the NotPetya cyber attack last year, which caused hundreds of millions of pounds of damage to global businesses, including fast-moving consumer goods ...

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