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UK, US, and Australia blame Russia for global cyber attack

euronews Tuesday, 17 April 2018
UK, US, and Australia blame Russia for global cyber attackSecurity officials in the UK, US and Australia have accused Russia of hacking into millions of machines and using them as part of an espionage campaign against the West since 2015.
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