British, Australian, and Dutch officials accuse Russian intelligence of ‘brazen’ cybercrimes

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Earlier Thursday, British intelligence said it's linked several cyberattacks, including meddling in the 2016 election, to the GRU, the Russian spy agency also accused in the novichok poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal this year.

In Malaysia, the Dutch said, it was used to target the investigation into the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in 2014 over territory held by Russian-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine.

He said Russia's actions against the Netherlands-based OPCW came as the agency was conducting an independent analysis of the nerve agent used against the Skripals.

Moscow accused the West of "spy mania" after Dutch security services said they had thwarted a Russian cyber attack on the OPCW.

The government alleges that Aleksei Sergeyevich Morenets, Evgenii Mikhaylovich Serebriakov, Ivan Sergeyevich Yermakov, Artem Andreveyich Malyshev, Dmitriy Sergeyevich Badin, Oleg Mikhaylovich Sotnikov and Alexey Valerevich Minin are members of the Russian intelligence agency and hacked into computer networks used by anti-doping and sporting officials, as well as groups investigating Russia's alleged use of chemical weapons. It is alleged that they tried to compromise the infrastructure of the U.S. elections in 2016.

Russian agents allegedly hacked into the website of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, the highest court in world sports, during the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

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Russian agents attempted to breach the personal information of approximately 250 athletes from 30 countries who supported the ban on Russian athletes or condemned the country's doping program, officials said, as well as the systems of United States and worldwide anti-doping agencies, deeming it "a lengthy and wide-ranging conspiracy to hack into private computes and networks around the world".

The Russians set up in the Marriott Hotel next door to the OPCW and took photos, while parking the auto at the hotel with the boot facing the OPCW, he said.

2017 Ukraine infrastructure: The GRU is accused of a catastrophic attack in June 2017 on Ukraine using malicious software that briefly knocked out cash machines, petrol stations, pharmacies and hospitals. The UK's ambassador to the Netherlands, Peter Wilson, said the unit had "sent officers around the world to conduct brazen close access cyber-operations" - which involve hacking into wifi networks.

Authorities also released photos on Thursday showing the auto the group of men used with a wifi antenna and technical equipment in the trunk of a vehicle, thought to be used to hack the network.

The UK government accused the GRU of being behind four high-profile cyber-attacks, whose targets included firms in Russian Federation and Ukraine; the US Democratic Party; and a small TV network in the UK.

Skripal, his daughter and a police officer fell seriously ill and a British woman later died after her partner found the poison in a discarded perfume bottle.

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The men were caught and expelled from the Netherlands.

The robust Western government response to Russian hacking and interference could trigger a shake up in the way Moscow organises its spying, a top cyber researcher says.

Maria Zakharova, a spokesperson for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told a news briefing that the accusations were the product of someone with a "rich imagination".

As part of the campaign, the GRU officers set up a Twitter account claiming to be the "Fancy Bears" Hack Team and selectively released stolen information, which had often been modified in an effort to besmirch or undermine particular athletes. Moscow denied the Bellingcat report, describing the allegation as "bogus".

"The defendants in this case should know that justice is very patient, its reach is long and its memory is even longer", he said.

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