Hacker from Yekaterinburg admitted involvement in the hacking of Clinton's correspondence

A hacker from Yekaterinburg, Konstantin Kozlovsky, announced his involvement in the hacking of the correspondence of the US Democratic Party committee. The man is one of the main defendants in the Lurk case, The Bell writes. Members of the Lurk group, who are accused of numerous bank hacks, were detained in 2016 ...

How America learned about the interference of Russian hackers in the elections

US intelligence agencies concluded that Russian hackers, acting on behalf of the Kremlin, influenced the 2016 US presidential election. The Bell, based on the testimony of sources familiar with the situation, has collected a chronology of events and data from the investigation. FSB Colonel Sergei Mikhailov ...

Thousands of Americans attended a protest organized by Russia via Facebook

Thousands of Americans attended a protest in November 2016 organized by a group of Russians using the social networking site Facebook. The demonstration in New York, which took place just days after the presidential election, was the largest and most successful attempt to date known ...

Leaders of Facebook, Twitter and Google will be questioned on the case of Russia's intervention in the US elections

CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google were summoned as witnesses to the US Senate as part of an investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election. Senior executives will testify before the US Senate Judicial Subcommittee on October 31, the Daily Mail reported. The witnesses will be ...

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