Cyber attacks hit German oil companies and European oil port terminals.

>Cyber attacks hit German oil companies and European oil port terminals.It has been revealed that port facilities in Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium have been the target of a large-scale cyber attack, mainly targeting oil terminals. Many tankers were prevented from delivering energy supplies, and German judicial authorities have already launched investigations on suspicion of extorting oil operators.According to S&P Global Platts, a total of 17 terminals have been affected so far. Belgian authorities are currently investigating the disruptions caused by the cyberattacks at the ports of Ghent and Antwerp-Zeebrugge.An official told AFP, “The software of several port terminals has been hacked and they cannot process barges, basically the operating system is downThe attacks come just as the U.S. and its European allies are preparing sanctions against Russia should it invade Ukraine. Germany is also suffering an energy crisis as the country shuts down its nuclear and fossil fuel power plants in favor of renewablesCritical infrastructure increasingly targeted by hackersThe full extent of the cyberattacks is not yet known, but the incident highlights the increasing risks to the world’s most critical infrastructureThe attacks come just as the U.S. and its European allies are preparing sanctions against Russia should it invade Ukraine. Germany is also suffering an energy crisis as the country shuts down its nuclear and fossil fuel power plants in favor of renewables ____@ #qthestormrider777/4742https://t.me/SpecialQForces/11667in@SpecialQForces

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