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UK exposes Russian cyber attacks against Tokyo Olympics

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UK exposes Russian cyber attacks against Tokyo Olympics

UK exposes Russian cyber attacks against Tokyo Olympics

The Russian military intelligence service (GRU) carried out cyber attacks onofficials and organisations linked to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics in an effort todisrupt the event, the UK Government has said.


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