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Albania has blamed the Iranian government for a second cyberattack against computer systems used by Albanian state police, days after the White House condemned Tehran for a hack that disrupted Albanian government services in July.
According to a statement from Albania's interior ministry, the latest hack forced Albanian officials to temporarily take offline its Total Information Management System (TIMS), a system for tracking the data of those entering and leaving Albania. In a tweet, Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said the latest attack was the work of the "same aggressors" that carried out the July hack. (Sean Lyngaas / CNN)
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