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As Understanding of Russian Hacking Grows, So Does Alarm


FearlessFly 9 Jan 3

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Alarms should have gone off four years ago. It's been readily apparent that 45's a Russian asset and logical to assume his goal was to plunder our Treasury while killing us. We're letting him.


it said it was a "victim of a highly-sophisticated, complex and targeted cyberattack"

well duh. They knew, or should have known, that there was an EXTREMELY vulnerable point in any system's network and would be subject to such attacks.

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