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Elite hackers tried to break into the World Health Organisation (WHO) earlier this month, part of what a senior agency official said was a more than twofold increase in cyberattacks.WHO Chief Information Security Officer Flavio Aggio said the identity of the hackers was unclear, but the effort was unsuccessful. He warned that hacking attempts against the agency and its partners have soared as they battle to contain the coronavirus, which has killed more than 15,000 worldwide.The attempted break…

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