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Russia Will 'Unplug' From the Internet as Part of a Cyber Defense Test


Feb 11, 2019 4:26 PM 1+ week ago

Authorities across Russia are planning on unplugging the country from the global internet as part of a test of its cyber defenses. The disconnection will briefly keep all internet traffic inside the country, with no traffic routing through international ports and servers.Read more.

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