Russian hacker group used phony Google login page to hack Clinton campaign
Wednesday, 19 October 2016 () A Russian hacking group used spearphishing to steal the Gmail login credentials of Hillary Clinton campaign staff, and that may be how campaign emails now being released were stolen, according to Secure Works.
A Russian hacker was arrested in Prague with the help of the FBI. Although he is not believed to be involved in recent hacks against the DNC or Hillary Clinton's campaign, the arrest is drawing more attention to Russia's role in cyberattacks. CrowdStrike cybersecurity firm co-founder Dmitri...
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