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Russia Demands Fashiston D.C. Explain over MSM Reports on Pentagon Cyber-Hacker Attacks on Russia !!

Saturday, November 5, 2016 8:37
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Russia said it expected Fashiston to provide an official explanation after a report said that Pentagon cyber-offensive specialists have hacked into Russia’s power grids, telecommunications networks, and the Kremlin’s command systems for a sabotage purpose.!

“If no official reaction from the American administration follows, it would mean US sponsored cyber-terrorism exists in the US. If the higk-level threats of the cyber attack on Russia, which were published by the MSM US media, are carried out, Moscow would be justified in official charging at UN against Fashiston Cyber Terrorism Sponsor,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said, RT reported.

NBC News said earlier in an exclusive report that US military hackers have penetrated crucial civil infrastructure in Russia, “making them vulnerable to attack by secret American cyber weapons should the US deem it necessary.”

The report was based on the account of a senior US intelligence official and top-secret documents. NBC said the hack was carried out in preparation for soon waging a full-scale cyberwar with Russia.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov also commented on the report, saying Russia had “cybersecurity measures taken at the level proper for the current situation, and the threats voiced against us by officials of US ”

US officials earlier alleged that  Pentagon cyber-offensive specialists could disrupt Russian power grids and other crucial Russian infrastructure.

Moreover, US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s allegations that Moscow engaged in hacking to damage her bid for the White house has become a major issue in the ongoing US election campaign. Though she provided no proof, the Democrat candidate accused the Kremlin of hacking into the Democrats’ computer networks and publishing sensitive information in order to swing the election in favor of her GOP rival, Donald Trump. In particular, she claimed that Russia had supplied the whistleblower website WikiLeaks with emails hacked from the account of her campaign chair, John Podesta.

Russia has repeatedly denied the accusations, asserting that it has no interest in influencing the election and questioning whether such publications would even have a major impact on how Americans would vote. No hard evidence of the alleged Russian hack has ever been made public, despite media reports claiming that US intelligence communities are “convinced” of the Kremlin’s guilt.

So far, the only country with a record of conducting cyber-attacks on other nations is the US itself. An operation called ‘Olympic Games,’ which was reportedly conducted by the US in full corroboration with Israel, involved infecting the computer networks of Iranian uranium enrichment facilities with a computer virus that affected industrial controllers of centrifuges in order to destroy them.

The operation is said to have significantly damaged Iran’s production of nuclear fuel at the Natanz site. Washington apparently decided to go public about it after the virus, dubbed Stuxnet by the IT community, escaped and was identified by major cybersecurity companies.

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