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You can download the full report from the Georgian investigators here [PDF].
Computers hit in Georgia were predominantly based in government agencies, banks and critical infrastructure the report claims.
Georgia’s CERT deliberately infected one of its own PCs with the malware, and planted a ZIP file named “Georgian-Nato Agreement” on its drive, hoping it would prove irresistible for the hacker.
Furthermore, according to CERT-Georgia, websites used to control the infected Georgian computers have links with RBN, the notorious Russian Business Network.
Even though it appears that the Georgian authorities have gathered a lot of information about a man they strongly suspect of involvement in the attacks, it wouldn’t be a surprise if the authorities in Moscow turn a blind eye.Furthermore, the suspected hacker’s city, ISP, email address and other information were also acquired.