Bulgaria's Attorney General releases more evidence from tax office hack investigation

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Bulgaria's Attorney General releases more evidence from tax office hack investigation

Email supposedly from a Russian hacker found on PC of accused, Kristian Boykov

Bulgaria's Attorney General has released more evidence from the investigation into June's attack on the country's tax office, the National Revenue Agency (NRA). Investigators claim to have found the...

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