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A "top secret" Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) presentation seen by SPIEGEL indicate that the goal of project, conducted under the codename "Operation Socialist," was "to enable better exploitation of Belgacom" and to improve understanding of the provider's infrastructure.
The presentation is undated, but another document indicates that access has been possible since 2010.
The company then referred the incident to Belgian prosecutors.
Last week, Belgian Prime Minister Elio di Rupo spoke of a "violation of the public firm's integrity." When news first emerged of the cyber attack, suspicions in Belgium were initially directed at the NSA.