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The European Union, the United States and the United Kingdom have accused China of being behind the massive hacker attack on Microsoft Exchange

On Monday, the European Union, the United States and the United Kingdom accused China of being behind a massive hacking attack on Microsoft Exchange, a program used by companies and organizations around the world to manage email messages and calendars. The attack began in January and was discovered in early March, and even then Microsoft accused the Chinese government of coordinating with the hacker group that did it.

On Monday, the accusations were also made by representatives of several Western countries. he said it in it Notice High Representative for European Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, who described the attack as an attempt by China to “steal intellectual property and espionage.” Also on Monday, Ann Neuberger, the US official in the Biden administration that deals with information security, during a press conference. Accused China bears direct responsibility for the attack, British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab He said Such attacks are “organised” by Chinese hackers, accusing the Chinese government of doing nothing to stop them.

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