Tokyo police to probe cyberattack on government website

Tokyo’s Metropolitan Police Department plans to investigate the recent disruptions of Japanese government and other websites that might have been caused by cyberattacks by a Russian hacker group, investigative sources said Wednesday. It became temporarily difficult Tuesday to access the government’s e-Gov portal website, which offers wide-ranging administrative information, according […]

Tokyo’s Metropolitan Police Department plans to investigate the recent disruptions of Japanese government and other websites that might have been caused by cyberattacks by a Russian hacker group, investigative sources said Wednesday.

It became temporarily difficult Tuesday to access the government’s e-Gov portal website, which offers wide-ranging administrative information, according to sources including the Digital Agency.

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