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U.S. Issues Sanctions on Russian Center Involved in Potentially Deadly Cyberattacks

NYTimes.com Friday, 23 October 2020
The penalties were aimed at a Russian research center that developed tools used in a cyberattack on a Saudi petrochemical plant, which took out the safety controls used to prevent an explosion.
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