Intelligence of the USA within a year carried out more than 200 cyberattacks

Reconnaissance services of the USA during 2011 carried out 231 cyberattacks against other countries. About it on August 31 reports The Washington Post. The newspaper refers to the next series of the documents declassified by the former employee of the American intelligence services by Edward Snouden.
Three quarters of attacks, the edition notes, were directed against Russia, Iran, China and North Korea. Including the computers involved in nuclear programs of these countries became the purpose of the American reconnaissance services. According to documents, US authorities spent at least 652 million dollars for these purposes.