Hackers controlled the Antwerp container port for years

Europe's second-largest container port, Antwerp, has been under the control of criminal drug traffickers for years, who along with hackers were able to control the port's container supply. 

Photo: Port of Antwerp

In 2013 a truck was riddled with bullets from an AK-47 near Limburg, the Netherlands, after departing from one of the world's largest container ports in Antwerp. The driver was left unscathed, while drugs hidden in the container carried by the truck was tied to the violent assault.

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