Russia’s ‘Silicon Valley’ hit by cyberattack; Ukrainian group claims deep access

The Record reports:

Ukrainian hackers have breached the systems of Skolkovo Foundation, the agency which oversees the high-tech business area located on the outskirts of Moscow. The Foundation was founded and charged by Russian former President Dmitry Medvedev to rival Silicon Valley in the U.S.

According to Skolkovo’s statement, the hackers managed to gain limited access to certain information systems of the organization, including its file hosting service on physical servers.

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