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IOC confirmed cyberattack on the Olympic Games website
17:05, 11 February 2018
IOC confirmed cyberattack on the Olympic Games website

However, the International Olympic Committee refused to disclose who is responsible for it

17:05, 11 February 2018
Organizers of the Winter Olympic Games in South Korean PyeongChang on Sunday, February 11, confirmed the cyber attack on the TV and Internet resources of the Olympics during the opening ceremony of the sporting event. However, the International Olympic Committee refused to disclose who is responsible for it, reports DW.

"The maintenance of safe operations is our goal," said IOC representative Mark Adams.

The IOC informed that the committee is not going to comment on this problem, which it  coped with. At the same time, Adams assured that the IOC systems are safe.

The representative of the organizing committee of the Olympics in Pyeongchang also assured that all problems were resolved on Saturday morning.

"We know the cause of the problem, but such problems often arise during the Games. We decided with the IOC that we are not going to disclose the source (of cyberattacks. "- Ed.)," said the representative of the organizing committee.

Earlier it was reported that the organizers of the Winter Olympic Games in South Korean Pyeongchang are investigating the circumstances of the cyber attack on the site and the Wi-Fi system shortly before the opening ceremony of the Games.
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