Russian security service says hackers attacked major banks in 2016: Ifax

Andrey Ostroukh reports:

Russia’s major commercial banks came under cyber attacks in November last year, the country’s Federal Security Service said on Friday, Interfax news agency reported.

Lenders such as Sberbank, Rosbank, Alfa Bank, Bank of Moscow, as well as the Moscow Exchange and other institutions were the targets of “a massive attack” from hackers between Nov. 8 and Nov. 14, deputy head of the Security Service Dmitry Shalkov said.

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