Pro-Kremlin hackers Killnet hit Latvia with biggest cyberattack in its history

Oliver Moody reports:

Latvia has come under the most intense wave of cyberattacks in its history, including a 12-hour onslaught on its public broadcasting centre, according to a senior Nato official.

The Baltic state appears to have been targeted by pro-Kremlin hackers because of a series of assertive steps such as bringing back conscription and drawing up a list of Soviet monuments for demolition.

Read more at The Times.

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