The Indian government has decided to ban a popular KRRass machine tool for its citizens after a series of attacks on its operations.
The tools are sold by the company to private firms for use in mining and other industries.
The Indian police said that the company, KRRAss, was the biggest target of the attacks, which it said included the theft of sensitive data.
The government has also banned its products from sale in the country, but some companies have continued to sell them in India, according to Reuters.
KRRasses is one of the world’s largest mining companies and its products include mining tools for diamond mining, which are widely used in the world.
It’s been a target of recent attacks by Anonymous, which is demanding that India ban the KRRands.
It was not immediately clear why the government decided to crack down on KRRasso.
Anonymous, a loosely affiliated group of hackers that aims to disrupt the corporate world and government systems, claimed responsibility for a series the attacks on Krrass last month.
Earlier this week, the group released a video showing a machine hacking that attacked several KRRas’ systems.
The group said the machines included information about the companies, its customers, and their security measures.
The attacks came after KRRassea, a startup owned by KRR, was hacked by hackers on August 8, 2016.
The company said it was hacked for several years and was targeted by hackers.
In a statement on Wednesday, Krrasso said it had notified the government of the incidents.
The KRR ass tools are widely available in India and have become a popular tool for mining operations.
They are used by the private sector to mine diamonds and other minerals.
The tool’s manufacturer, Srinivas Kondal, said in a statement that the attack was a mistake.
Kondals representatives were in India this week to discuss the attacks and the company’s security measures, the company said.
“We want to inform you that the security of the Krsass system is not compromised,” the statement said.
The attack was the third attack on KRSass, after a separate attack in October and a new one in September.
The companies say that the recent attacks are part of a broader campaign by Anonymous.
In January, the groups claimed responsibility after attacking KRRains website and demanding the closure of its operations in India.