SOURCE USA TODAY research; GRAPHIC George Petras/USA TODAY
The French Socialist Party has warned that France could be the next nation targeted for election hacking by Russians.
Germany’s domestic intelligence agency says Russian hackers tried to break into Bundestag computers and servers connected to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union party in May.
Russian or Islamic State hackers are believed to be responsible for a cyberattack on the Warsaw Stock Exchange in October.
Officials say Russian hackers attacked government, bank and private-sector servers and websites in a month-long siege in April 2007 that attempted to disrupt and shut down selected sites.
Ukrainian officials say the Russian hacking group CyberBerkut infiltrated election computers in May, deleted files and installed a virus that would have declared Right Sector candidate Dmytro Yarosh as the winner.
Officials believe Russian hackers attacked Austria's OSCE, a group that monitors elections and media freedom.
Bulgaria's president believes Russia was behind an October 2015 cyberattack on the government before a referendum vote.