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Department of State offers $ 10 million for information on interference in the US presidential election

The US Department of State is offering a $ 10 million reward for personally identifiable information or the whereabouts of a person acting under the direction or control of a foreign government who has interfered or is interfering with the activities of the United States. These people may be involved in federal, state, or local government elections. This is stated on the State Department program website.

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“Some malicious cyber operations targeting electoral or campaign infrastructure of candidates may be linked to the Cyber ​​Fraud Act, which criminalizes unauthorized interference. The law prohibits unauthorized access to computers to obtain information and transfer it to unauthorized recipients, ”the ministry said in a statement.

Such activities could include cyber attacks on electoral infrastructure, candidates and electoral officials. "Voice of America".

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Less than 100 days are left before the US presidential election. U.S. intelligence services have previously reported attempts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. elections by Russia and other countries, including hacker attacks.

"The ability of individuals, as well as foreign powers, to interfere in or undermine US elections, including through unauthorized access to electoral infrastructure, constitutes an unusual and extreme threat to the national security and foreign policy of the United States," the State Department said in a statement. ...

According to the department, attackers can conduct malicious cyber operations against political organizations or US campaigns, steal confidential information, and then leak this information as part of influence operations in order to undermine the activities of political organizations or candidates.

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