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Ha Ha Ha , But we're getting hacked, too , Says Russia
« on: January 16, 2017, 12:33:05 AM »
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Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev says Russia has seen a marked increase in attempted foreign cyberattacks. He was responding to accusations that Russia has targeted networks in the United States and Europe.

Russia has become a target of foreign cyberattacks, a senior official told news agencies on Sunday. Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev made the claim after US intelligence agencies alleged that the Kremlin directed an effort to interfere in November's presidential elections by using stolen information to bolster support for now President-elect Donald Trump.

"Recently, we have established a significant growth in attempts to inflict damage on the Russian information system from the side of outside powers," Patrushev said on Sunday, news agencies reported. "Global operators and providers are widely used, while the methods they use constantly evolve," the former head of Russia's FSB secret service, who is a close ally of President Vladimir Putin, added.

Patrushev denied that Russian hackers helped swing the US election. He accused the Obama administration of "deliberately ignoring the fact that the main internet servers are based on the territory of the United States and are used by Washington for intelligence and other purposes aimed at retaining its global domination." However, he added that Russia's regime would hope to establish "constructive contacts" with the incoming Trump administration.



 

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