Computer security experts are warning that the fallout from the recent cyberattacks may not be limited to the U.S. and may also affect other countries.
A recent article in the Journal of Cybersecurity, which focuses on cybersecurity and computer crime, said a group of hackers who had previously targeted the U and UK had targeted German and French networks in June.
They had gained access to servers of two government departments, the German Federal Ministry of Defense and the French National Defense Ministry, and targeted French and German defense contractors.
The hackers also took over control of a Belgian telecommunications company and gained access into French networks, the article said.
They targeted French telecom companies Siemens, Telefonica and Telecom Italia, the hackers wrote.
They also compromised computer systems of the British military and military contractors and the National Security Agency, the authors wrote.
In addition, they stole data from a Belgian firm, including a database containing details of more than 30,000 people, according to the researchers.
A number of countries were targeted in the attacks.
In Belgium, the hacker group broke into the network of the Belgian Ministry of Defence and stole data that included names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, phone conversations, social security numbers, date of birth, addresses and email addresses of people.
The group also took control of the servers of the Dutch Ministry of Education and the government of Belgium’s National Security Service, the researchers wrote.
The data breach affected at least 10 government departments in Belgium and several companies, including Belgium’s public procurement company, KLM, the cyber researchers said.
The breach affected the government ministries of the European Commission and the European Parliament, according the report.
The attacks were not limited to Belgium.
A group of Chinese hackers also gained access in the same month to the computers of the United States State Department, the FBI, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Department of Defense, the Central Intelligence Agency and the United Nations.
Some experts say the attacks were the work of a foreign government.
They are targeting a country that has close ties to China, the hacking group wrote in the cyber security report.
The attacks could also be related to the ongoing diplomatic crisis in Ukraine, according experts.
The U.K. is not among the targeted countries.
The British government has said that the attacks are being perpetrated by the same group.
It is not clear if the attacks targeted government or private companies.
Experts have said that such attacks are possible but difficult to stop.
Cyber security experts said that some foreign governments may have the ability to launch attacks against governments and corporations.
Cybersecurity experts have also said that China and other countries have been targeting the U, U.N. and European Union, among others, to gain information on their computer systems.
U.S.-based researchers say that foreign governments and private firms have been trying to gain access to computers in the U to conduct cyber attacks.
Computer experts say that the hackers behind the recent attacks may have access to the same software as the group behind the cyber attacks on Germany and the U in June, and could use that knowledge to target the U., German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other German politicians.
Experts say that if they had access to those programs, they would be able to access information about German and British government computers as well as the European Union and other international organizations.
They say the attackers could have also used those programs to attack the United Kingdom and other European nations.
The German and U.k. governments and other governments would be most at risk, they said.
There is a risk that the information on the U government computers may be leaked to the media or stolen from other governments, they added.
China has blamed the U for the attacks, saying it was behind the attack on the German government.
“The Chinese government is behind all these malicious actions,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said at a daily news briefing on June 7.
“It is our responsibility to take action and punish the attackers.”
A U.s. defense official said China’s government had been trying for months to gain knowledge of the vulnerabilities in the systems.
China is the biggest supplier of cyber weapons to countries in the Middle East and Africa, according an official who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly.
China also has a large military presence in the region, including bases in the countries of Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.