Russia’s cyber attack
Biden says he is “looking into” revenge on Russia’s cyber attack: President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he was looking at whether the United States would retaliate against an attack by Russian networks on the country’s largest meat producers.
“We are looking into the matter,” Biden said when asked if he could take revenge on Russia.
When asked if he believed Russian President Vladimir Putin was examining him, Biden said no. JBS, one of the world’s largest meat processors, was cut off on Sunday, the company said in a statement, forcing it to take offline systems and stop operating, now creating concerns about future shortages or disruptions to supply.
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The burglary took place less than four weeks after the likeness of the criminals believed to be operating in Russia against the Colonial Pipeline, a major US supplier, which shut down the pipeline for five days and led to a shortage of petrol stations from North Carolina to Maryland.
- White House said on Tuesday they believed the latest bail application came from a criminal organization, which is likely to be based in Russia.
- White House press secretary Jen Psaki said officials were “not taking any form off the table” in response to the response.
- Psaki said the escalation of attacks from Russian hackers would be a problem Biden would raise when he met Putin in two weeks.
“There will be an opportunity for the president to discuss this directly with President Putin in order to re-emphasize the fact that we believe that the countries concerned do not have money launderers,” Psaki said.
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