Mueller indictment sheds new light on Russia's 'nasty' secret election hacking units
2 monthes ago - By Politico
The Justice Department's Friday indictment of 12 Russian officials described them as midlevel functionaries staring at computer screens in windowless offices in the bowels of the vast Kremlin bureaucracy. But Friday's indictment of the front-line Russian intelligence agents who U.S. officials believe hacked the 2016 Presidential election-some of world's most capable cyberwarriors-operate, and how they did a lot more than steal and disseminate embarrassing emails from Democratic party officials. The operatives from two units within Russia's GRU military intelligence agency helped tilt the...
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