Suspected radiation alert saboteurs cuffed by cops after sensors disabled

Spain’s national police say they have arrested two former government workers suspected of breaking into the computer network of the country’s radioactivity alert system (RAR) and disabling more than a third of its sensors. The intrusion happened between March and June 2021, and the two suspects worked for a company contracted by Spain’s General Directorate of Civil Protection and Emergencies (DGPCE), according to officers. Investigators searched two homes and one company in Madrid and San Agustín de Guadalix, and said they found “numerous computer and communications devices related to the facts investigated.”

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