Behind hacker attacks on New York Times stands Russian intelligence - source
FBI and number of other security agencies are investigating the incident
In the US, hackers, presumably from the Russian intelligence hacked emails journalists of The New York Times and other media.
This was reported by television channel CNN, citing sources in the US government.
It is reported that according to one version of the investigation, which leads the FBI and other security agencies, the media attack is part of a larger plan in which frameworks were also attacked the Democratic party server.
FBI refused to give the official comments, the report said.
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