A wave of cyberattack has hit Poland which led the parliament to hold a meeting to discuss the occurrence of the attacks. The attack was reportedly against the EU member of the government. According to Deputy Speaker Malgorzata Kidawa-Blonska, in the discussion, information and explanations will be received from the prime minister of the country, Mateusz Morawiecki.

The discussion is held upon the request of the Prime minister who has decided to show some secret documents related to the attacks, as per the statement by the government spokesperson, Piotr Muller. Muller spoke to the Polsat News Television and mentioned that they have been the victim of the unprecedented cyberattack that is targeted against the country, its institutions, and the email account users.

Moreover, Poland’s vaccination chief, Michal Dworzyk has also been targeted last week as his private account was hacked by an unknown. In addition to that, a few of his emails were released on the encrypted messaging system Telegram.

Muller stated that the attack has become quite frequent and its extent has reached wide. He added that this issue does not only affect the vaccination chief of the country but also the members of the government and the right-wing governing. Also, a large number of people are affected by this.

On the other hand, Dworczyk has denied that his personal account had confidential official documents and claimed that some of the leaked emails and information are made up. He said that the metadata, language, and syntax of some files, and some of the materials of the published files are likely to have been prepared by Russian speakers.

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