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Russian Constitutional amendments vote was target of Cyberattacks from US, Ukraine -Moscow

Vienna, Sep 7 (Sputnik) - The July 1 all-Russia vote on amendments to the national constitution was hit by numerous cyberattacks carried out from the territories of the United States, the United Kingdom, Ukraine and a number of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries, Andrey Krutskikh, the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry's Department of International Information Security, said on Monday.
"Attacks aimed at influencing critical infrastructure and electoral processes have become commonplace. For example, during the voting period on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation [June 25 - July 1], there were large-scale attacks on the infrastructure of the Central Election Commission and other Russian state bodies. [Denial-of-service] DDoS attacks with a capacity of up to 240,000 requests per second were recorded from the United States, the United Kingdom, Ukraine and a number of CIS countries," Krutskikh said at the International OSCE Conference on Cyber Security.
The situation in global cyberspace speaks to the need of ensuring digital sovereignty, the diplomat added.
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