WSJ: Russia hacked into the phones of NATO troops in the Baltic States and Poland
Smartphones NATO troops in the Baltic States and Poland was under attack. On 4 October the paper wrote the WSJ.
Attack was recorded in Poland, Estonia and Latvia. For example, in Poland several soldiers broke into the smartphones and Facebook profiles. Another interlocutor of the newspaper told me that when he returned from military exercises, I noticed that the hacker is trying to hack his smartphone.
Phones hacked military drones, which was the technique for observation. Experts told the WSJ that ordinary people can not be such equipment, so the attack probably made some state. The military told the publication that the hackers could operate from Russia.
According to them, one of IP, which tried to crack the smartphone was in this country.
As a source told the WSJ that the military fears with jailbroken phones it will be possible to send false commands, if they start fighting.
In may, Russian hackers suspected in attacks on energy networks of the Baltic States. Then Reuters sources in law enforcement bodies told that hackers had once disrupted the work of the Baltic network, but to turn off the electricity did not.