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Ukraine accuses Russia of cyber-attack on two banks and its defence ministry

Kremlin denies it was behind the attack, which Ukraine’s deputy prime minister said was the largest of its type ever seen

Ukraine accused Russia on Wednesday of being behind a cyber-attack that targeted two banks and its defence ministry, which the country’s deputy prime minister said was the largest of its type ever seen.

The Kremlin denied it was behind the denial of service attacks – attempts to overwhelm a website by flooding it with millions of requests – but the disruption reignited wider concerns of ongoing cyberconflict.

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