Russian cyber thieves burrow into Clinton Foundation network
A group of Russian hackers calling itself "Guccifer 2.0", apparently connected to Moscow's intelligence and security services, on Tuesday broke into the computer network of the Clinton Foundation owned by Bill and Hillary Clinton and their daughter Chelsea. It was at least the fourth consecutive cyberattack on the systems of Democratic Party-related computers in the US. Security experts in the Obama administration expressed concern that Moscow could influence US public opinion and the result of the upcoming presidential election by releasing files from Hillary Clinton's databases. In last week's hacking of the Democratic National Committee, Guccifer 2.0 stole documents on party donors and on presumptive Republican candidate Donald Trump, among others. Private information security experts and FBI investigators claim that the Russian hackers use very advanced intrusion techniques that are usually employed by countries and intelligence organizations.