Who medals in the Olympics cyberattacks: Russia, China, N. Korea—or USA?

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The 2018 Winter Olympics have been hacked—at least twice. In a precisely targeted and complex attack, the opening ceremony was disrupted by bricking a number of computers.

Pyeongchang organizers won’t say who was behind the two attacks, dubbed Olympic Destroyer and Gold Dragon. Many fingers point at Putin’s Russia. And another attack appears to have China’s or North Korea’s prints all over it.

There’s a mysterious NSA connection, too. In this week’s Security Blogwatch, we get ready to grumble.

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 yeongchang Winter Olympics organizers confirmed … the Games had fallen victim to a cyber attack. … The Games’ systems, including the internet and television services, were affected.

“Maintaining secure operations is our purpose,” said International Olympic Committee (IOC) spokesman Mark Adams. … Asked if organizers knew who was behind the attack, Adams said: “I certainly don’t know.”

“We know that Western media are planning pseudo-investigations on the theme of ‘Russian fingerprints’ in hacking attacks on [the] Games,” Russia’s foreign ministry said.

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