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Trump’s “planting” China was refuted by U.S. intelligence agencies

Trump's "planting" China was refuted by U.S. intelligence agencies

According to the Associated Press Washington, the main national security agency of the United States confirmed on the 5th local time that the large-scale hacking attacks on U.S. government departments and enterprises may have originated in Russia, thus denying US President Donald Trump’s claim that China may be behind the mastermind.

According to the report, this rare joint statement is the first official attempt by the U.S. government to uncover the behind the invasion of multiple government agencies and determine the possible motivation for the operation.

The statement said that the hackers seemed to be “gather intelligence” and said that the evidence so far pointed to Russian espionage activities, rather than trying to undermine or interfere with the actions of the U.S. government.

The agencies made it clear that Russia’s actions are “ongoing” and that the search for possible threats is not over.

The statement, issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National Security Agency, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, said: “This has caused a major harm and requires continuous efforts and full remediation.”

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