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Cyber aspects of Mueller report tread familiar ground on '16 election hacks

April 19, 2019 |
Charlie Mitchell
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The redacted Mueller report on Russia and the 2016 elections contains politically contentious elements on collusion and obstruction of justice, but the aspects directly related to cybersecurity largely have been released and absorbed through earlier reports and indictments.

The document released Thursday by the Justice Department is in a format that's not searchable, but there are parts on cyber issues such as botnets, which is heavily redacted, and lengthy discussion of what Russian agents did to hack into computers...


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