Hackers broke into the computer network, which is used in the pre-election headquarters of the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, US media reported. As reported by the BBC B, this is the third hacking attack on the Democrats. Earlier this week it was reported that hackers have attacked the servers of the Democratic National Committee.
Clinton suggests the hackers are Russian
On July 28, the press reported that the FBI is also investigating hacking networks of the US Democratic Party Committee for elections to the Congress (DCCC), which raises money for Democratic candidates to Congress.
At the headquarters of Clinton suggested that the attacks may have been involved Russian hackers who allegedly attempted to discover information to discredit the Democrats, and thus help the campaign of Donald Trump. The Kremlin said that these accusations are groundless, and that Russia does not interfere in US domestic politics.
The Clinton campaign headquarters on Friday reported that the hackers in the latest attack on the time gained access to the program, which is used for data analysis.
At the headquarters believe that “internal system” has not been compromised, the spokesman said Clinton Nick Merrill. The investigation of the incident involved the FBI.
July 22, Wiki Leaks website published emails Democratic Party, who were in the open access as a result of a hacker attack.
This wasn’t the first hacking attack noted
Computer Network US election headquarters of the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton was attacked along with the base of the Democratic Party Committee data on elections to the Congress. Reuters’ source reports that the incident was connected to the investigation of the US Ministry of Justice.
The hacking attacks are likely to be planned by Donald trump
This is the third hacking attack on the Democrats. Earlier this week it was reported that the hackers also attacked the servers of the Democratic National Committee.
Recall, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation leads the investigation into the leak of e-mail correspondence of the US National Committee of the Democratic Party.
According to campaign headquarters of Hillary Clinton, the US presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, hackers, likely related to Russia, hacked email server Democrats in favor of Donald Trump, the Republican nominee.