Video has emerged of a Ukrainian police raid Tuesday at M.E.Doc, the software firm whose servers have been linked to a series of devastating malware attacks around the world, including the NotPetya attack one week ago.
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Earlier this week, reports emerged that the head of the Ukrainian Cyber Police is seeking criminal charges against the Ukrainian tax software company that was the first victim of the crippling NotPetya malware attack. Now, it has come to light that the firm's servers have been seized by authorities.
On Saturday, Kevin Scheid, a Department of Defence veteran, was placed in charge of NATO's cyber operations. The appointment wouldn't be big news if it weren't for the fact that he's joining the organisation at a hair-raising point in history. The vicious malware triggered NATO to announce on Friday that the attack is believed to be the work of a state actor and is a potential act of war.