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Russia-Linked Hackers Targeted Hotel Guests Across Europe
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11 Aug 2017 11:30 AM EST

On Friday, researchers at a security firm have said that a cyber-spying group suspected with links to Russian military intelligence, may have been behind the campaign targeting hotel guests across European countries. The espionage group called APT 28, were looking to steal password credentials from Western government and business travelers using hotel wi-fi networks. Several governments and security research firms have linked APT 28 to the GRU, Russia's military intelligence directorate. Moscow has denied the accusations and having any links to the attacks.

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