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The U.S. Government Is Fueling Cyberwars

Reporter Andy Greenberg on one of the world’s most powerful hacking groups and his new book, ‘Sandworm’

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IImagine waking up and turning on the bathroom faucet, but the water won’t run. The heat won’t turn on either, and when you go to switch on the lights, you’re left in the dark. In the cyberwar era, this apocalyptic scenario…

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Hope Reese

Hope Reese

Writer (currently) in Budapest, bylines @NYTimes, @TheAtlantic, @Undarkmag, @VICE, @voxdotcom & more; follow on Twitter @hope_reese;

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