And it used a series of tricks to make it look like North Korea was responsible, too.
The tricks: The Post says that Russia used "North Korean IP addresses and other tactics" to make it look as though the attacks were coming from Pyongyang.
Plus: The news tallies with claims from some security firms over the past few weeks, who have already said that the attacks bore hallmarks of Russian hackers.
The motive: Russia could have been retaliating against being banned from the Olympics over doping.
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The future of open source is still very much in flux
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The beautiful complexity of the US radio spectrum
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How ubiquitous keyboard software puts hundreds of millions of Chinese users at risk
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