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MOSCOW, February 9. /TASS/. All charges Russia is responsible for cyberattacks against Norway are groundless and devoid of any proof, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a news briefing on Thursday.
A worldwide hunt for ‘traces’ of Russian hackers begins to look like a flash mob, with ever more participants joining in - the Netherlands, Norway… But we don’t have so many hackers," said ironic Zakharova.
"Just recently the Norwegian Police Security Service said the Foreign Ministry, Armed Forces, the Radiation Protection Authority were reportedly attacked by Kremlin hackers," Zakharova said. "Although the investigation has not been completed, the ostensible perpetrator has been named already. All this is proofless."
The same applies to the situation in the Netherlands, where the compound housing the prime minister’s office allegedly came under cyberattack.