FROM Dmitri Alperovich
Russian Hackers Access DNC Computers COZY BEAR and FANCY BEAR sound like toys made for American children. In fact, they're the nicknames of two Russian cyber-spy organizations that hacked the Democratic National Committee — including its files on Donald Trump. During the Nixon years, Republican spies had to break into the Watergate Hotel to find out what the Democrats were doing. Now Russian cyber-warriors have penetrated the Democratic National Committee from thousands of miles away. They were caught in the act by CrowdStrike , a cyber security firm. Dmitri Alperovich is co-founder and CTO.
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