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Trump, Biden targeted by Russia, China and Iran hackers: Microsoft

By DW
17 September 2020   |   10:55 am
Russian, Chinese and Iranian hackers have targeted US electoral campaigns less than two months before the vote. Experts said the operations were likely aimed at intelligence gathering as opposed to election meddling.

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