Dutch intelligence warned US about APT29 Russian hackers, claims report

Nicholas Fearn
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Dutch intelligence took control of hacking group's CCTV cameras in Moscow, monitoring everyone who came and went

Dutch intelligence officials reportedly hacked a group of Russian state-linked cyber crooks more than a year before they cracked the Democratic National Committee in 2016 - and warned US intelligen...

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