Hackers targeting Democratic Party officials

By REUTERS
September 15, 2016 01:42

 
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WASHINGTON - Hackers are targeting state Democratic Party officials and have successfully breached and impersonated some of them, Politico reported, citing a message the Association of State Democratic Chairs sent Wednesday to its members.

The email, titled "Security Alert: Please Do Not Search Wikileaks!," warned recipients to avoid the anti-secrecy site - which has posted leaked material from the Democratic National Committee - because of concerns about malware embedded in the leaks, Politico said.

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