US indicts four Russians over attacks on energy sector

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Three individuals are said to work for Russia's FSB, the replacement for the KGB, and one for the Ministry of Defense
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Three individuals are said to work for Russia's FSB, the replacement for the KGB, and one for the Ministry of Defense

Four Russian agents have been charged in the United States with hacking into hundreds of companies in the energy sector throughout the world, including a nuclear power plant in Kansas.

The US Department of Justice has announced charges against four Russian government employees allegedly linked to multiple cyberattacks around the world. The move comes three days after President Biden...

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