What Expert Say On US Election Hacking And The US Department Of State’s Rewards Of Up To $10 Million

US election hacking and the US Department of State’s rewards of up to $10 million for any information leading to the identification of any person who works with or for a foreign government for the purpose of interfering with US elections through “illegal cyber activities.”

This includes attacks against US election officials, US election infrastructure, voting machines, but also candidates and their staff.


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Ilia Kolochenko, CEO,  ImmuniWeb
August 07, 2020
The sole tenable way to identify them is to get a hint from an ex-accomplice or a rival cyber gang.
I think it’s a smart move but the outcomes are highly uncertain for the time being. Most of the cybercriminals implicated in grand hacking campaigns will likely keep silent fearing arrest and prosecution for their past sins when communicating their details for payment. Moreover, in light of uncertain and ambiguous conditions of the bounty payment by the government. From the current context, it ....
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