The saga of Russian cyber-ties to Trump just gets more complicated.
Reports of contact between an Alfa Bank server and one belonging to the Trump organisation have been circulating for months.
Now, the bank says that US-based hackers have been attempting to make it appear that its servers are communicating with Trump since mid-February.
First reported back in October by the New York Times, FBI agents allegedly looked into an odd pattern of DNS requests coming from an Alfa Bank server trying to communicate with one belonging to Donald Trump.
At the time, it was said that the FBI had concluded that it could easily be part of a spam campaign.
But last week, new reports emerged that claim the FBI was still investigating the activity.