Russian Hackers Stole Thousands of Emails From the State Department
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According to congressional sources, Russian hackers stole thousands of emails from the State Department’s Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs and Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs in the second known Kremlin-backed breach on the Department.
It’s not clear if the email thefts were part of the massive SolarWinds breach, which many organizations have attributed to Russia. (Betsy Woodruff Swan and Natasha Bertrand / Politico)
Related: New York Post, Roll Call, Techradar, Threatpost, Computing.co.uk
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