Microsoft will start informing users if it suspects attackers associated with government agencies are hacking their email or file-storage devices. The company's new policy is similar to those by Facebook, Google, and Twitter, which have warned users of possible state-sponsored attacks since 2012. However, these providers do not specify which countries they believed were responsible. Microsoft said that this change involves unauthorised access to Outlook email service and OneDrive file storage system.
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