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Hackers Are Helping Ukraine Fight Russia

Military hardware and troop morale aren’t Russia’s only areas of weakness

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In 2020, following the murder of George Floyd, a group known as DDoSecrets (Distributed Denial of Secrets) released a large amount of data from US law enforcement agencies to the public. This same group is now releasing data from various Russian organizations.




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L.A. Fosner

L.A. Fosner

Writer/Activist/Humorist/Catalyst for Change. Dispelling the myth of white/male supremacy, and removing religion from government. ProLIFE, not ProBIRTH.

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