Russian Federation said it has foiled a plot by foreign spies to hack the country's banks just days before the attack was supposed to happen.
Russia's Federal Security Service is claiming that they have foiled a massive cyber attack that was aimed at the country's financial system.
Also, it stated that the cyber strike method would be a mass send-out of publications and SMS messages in many social media networks of a provoking nature in relation to an alleged crisis in the credit and banking system in the country.
The agency further added that the servers to be used in the alleged cyber attack were located in Netherlands, registered to a Ukrainian web hosting company.
However, Russia has been blamed for several major hacking operations, with Washington in October formally accusing Moscow of trying to "interfere" in the 2016 White House race with online attacks hitting U.S. political institutions. In a statement posted to its website on Friday (2 December), the domestic security agency said large-scale cyberattacks were being planned in order to destabilise major banks in "several dozen Russian cities".
The security agency didn't identify the spy agencies it said are involved in preparing the attack on Russian lenders.
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"The FSB is carrying out the necessary measures to neutralise threats to Russia's economic and information security".
The White House said at the time that the United States would mount a "proportional response". He said he is awaiting further information but indicated he would be willing to investigate further. According to Reuters, Artyom Sychyov, a Central Bank official, told reporters that the hackers had attempted to steal about 5 billion rubles, or $78 million.
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"You can attack whatever (you want) from it and in 99% of cases it will become known only after the event".
Mr Trump has drawn criticism for repeatedly praising Russian President Vladimir Putin's leadership and advocating a closer working relationship with Russia, despite its record of human rights abuses and recent military incursions in Ukraine and Syria.