Published On: Fri, Feb 16th, 2018

Russian Cyberattack: US Joins UK In Blaming, Putin Aimed At Ukraine

UK blamed in last days that Russia is behind the Cyberattack at Ukraine in last June but this crippled the worldwide computers and United States also joined UK in blaming Russia of such shaming exercise and this will may cause of fray relations.

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Now it is said by White House on Thursday that due to the Cyber attack the worldwide computers were affected which was a part of the Kremlin’s ongoing effort to destabilize.

Ukraine that shows the clearly involvement of Russia and may be Moscow will face the serious international consequences.

The press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders reported on Thursday from White House that Russian cyber attack which was known as NotPetya.

Affected the computers worldwide due to which several countries like Europe, Asia and the Americas faced the millions of dollars loss and this reckless attack spread rapidly.

NotPetya is known as ransomware attack which came from Russia as cybersecurity experts reported, United States and Britain decided to seriously condemn the Russian Cyberattack in Last June.

While the main attack was Ukraine, its government, financial as well as its energy institutions and Trump administration criticized President Vladimir V. Putin.

Due to the cyber attack, many global companies affected in Ukraine including Maersk, FedEx and Merck while the Maersk Company faced the up to $300 million in lost revenue.

While Trump administration called this attack as most destructive and costly cyber-attack in history which caused of billions of dollars loss in several countries.

These cyber attacks affected the world politics as well as economy as United States press secretary reported on Thursday, they called this attack as reckless exercise by Russian military just to influence the Ukraine and US will impose new serious sanctions on Russia because of Cyberattack threats.

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