New evidence that hacking of Proximus was work of British intelligenceFriday, 21 September 2018 10:41
The discovery of the hacking ended up costing Belgacom €50 million in improving security. One of the methods used was to break into the computers of security personnel using fake LinkedIn messages.
Both the federal prosecutor and justice minister Koen Geens have refused to confirm or deny the Tijd report. Geens would go no further than to promise to lay the report before the National Security Council once it was delivered to him.
Meanwhile the prosecutor’s office is reported to have advised the minister that the case has to be dropped, since there is a lack of admissible evidence to be able to make criminal accusations against particular individuals. Other political or diplomatic moves are a matter for the two governments, and are unlikely ever to be made public.
The Brussels Times
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