VILNIUS - Lithuanian police have announced a significant breakthrough in the probe of wide-range cyber attacks conducted against the nation's institutional websites last spring.
"The investigation is in progress, the breakthrough is huge, we have something to be happy about," Andzejus Roginskis, deputy chief of the Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau, reported to BNS today.
He verified that "persons linked with the attacks have been identified" but declined to provide details of the next step.
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