On October 4, the U.S. Department of Justice announced an indictment against seven Russian intelligence agents accused of hacking a U.S. nuclear power company that designed nuclear plants and sold nuclear fuel to Ukraine. According to the indictment, the hackers surveyed the company's networks and personnel, created a fake company domain, and sent spear-phishing emails to the work and personal email accounts of the company's employees in an attempt to collect log-in credentials.

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