Energoatom on website hacking: hackers have nothing to do with it

NNEGC Energoatom denied the information spread by its press service yesterday about a hacker attack on the company's website.

“Based on the results of the verification of the reasons for the temporary unavailability of the Company's official website, no facts of external interference have been established that could lead to the collapse of the website. Technical problems have arisen as a result of an internal software failure, the cause of which is being investigated,” the message says.

As a reminder, the company believed hacking actions on the site were due to the signing of an agreement with the American company Westinghouse.

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