One Microsoft Word document, written in Russian, contained instructions from the hacker's handler over which targets to infect and how. Other circumstantial evidence pointing to Russian involvement included the registration of a website that was used to send malicious emails. It was registered to an address next to the country's Federal Security Service, formerly known as the KGB, the report said.
"We have identified Russian security agencies, once again," it concludes.
Because of the strained relations between Russia and Georgia, it's unlikely the hacker -- whose name was not revealed -- would ever be prosecuted if he lives in Russia.
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