The United States on Tuesday awarded $ 10 million in rewards to six Russian military intelligence agents accused of cyber-attacks that destroyed companies around the world in 2017.
Six Russians affiliated with the Russian military intelligence unit 74455 were indicted by the US Federal Grand Jury in October for a series of cyber attacks, including on Ukraine’s power outage.
Assuming the agents might be in Russia, deporting him is not questionable. However, the State Department said it would pay up to $ 10 million for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of one in six.
In a statement, the State Department said individuals were involved The 2017 attack is called NotPetyaIt has hit companies around the world, damaged computers in US hospitals and caused an estimated loss of nearly $ 1 billion (R $ 5 billion).
The Kremlin dismissed the allegations against military agents, citing “propaganda of Russobopia.” Russia’s GRU intelligence unit has been accused of engaging in a series of cyber attacks around the world, including interfering in the 2016 US presidential election.
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