Estonia hit by 'Moscow cyber war'

Thursday, 17 May 2007, 2:10 PM EST

Estonia says the country's websites have been under heavy attack for the past three weeks, blaming Russia for playing a part in the cyber warfare.

Many of the attacks come from Russia and are being hosted by Russian state computer servers, Tallinn says. It says it wants what it calls Moscow's aggression to top Friday's EU-Russia summit. Moscow denies any involvement.

At the BBC.

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