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Whose line of attack is it anyway? Cyber-assault whodunnits harder than ever to solve

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from the Register today

"Whose line of attack is it anyway? Cyber-assault whodunnits harder than ever to solve

Sophisticated groups not always so easy to pick out"

such a true headline/article yet we get the exact opposite "UK pins 'reckless campaign of cyber attacks' on Russian military intelligence"

now "pins" gets a bit wooly as it became "almost certainly" when reported by BBC R1,2,3,4 TV today, every twenty minutes, all fugging day long

sort of "squirrel" shouting, again.... now whataabout SUPERMICRO's reboot of the NSA's https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/60/NSA_TRINITY.jpg ANT bug?

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