By Sarah Jacob, April Roach and Diederik Baazil (Bloomberg) —
The website of the port of Rotterdam was targeted in a cyberattack blamed on Russia-aligned hackers last week.
Several Dutch ports including Amsterdam and Groningen also faced distributed-denial-of-service attacks, known as DDoS, according to port authorities. The port of Rotterdam received information from the Dutch National Cyber Security Center that pro-Russian groups were responsible for the attack, a spokesperson said by phone.
Dutch news outlet RTL, which first reported the incidents, said a hacker group it called “NoName057(16)” claimed the attacks were a response to the Netherlands’s plans to buy Swiss tanks for Ukraine.
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