Norway's security service said that nine of personal email accounts of civil servants of the country were attacked allegedly by groups of Russian hackers, informs Associated Press.
"The nature of the attacks suggests that they were committed by the APT29 hackers group, which allegedly, is a Russian group," said the head of Norwegian security service, Martin Bernsen.
Bernsen also said that there is agreement between the countries on which the parties are warning each other about cyber attacks, which he said are regular.
Earlier, Norway has accused Russia of trying to prevent the award of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015 to Poroshenko. It is noteworthy that the Russian Embassy disagreed with these conclusions, stating that "the attempt of the Police Security Service to display routine diplomatic work as intelligence services operation seems paranoid to the representatives of the Embassy."