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Russian Hackers of DNC Said to Nab Secrets From NATO, Soros

  • Hints of a Moscow agenda broader than U.S. elections
  • DCLeaks.com revealed e-mails before WikiLeaks embarrassed DNC
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FBI Expands Hacking Investigation

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Weeks before the Democratic convention was upended by 20,000 leaked e-mails released through WikiLeaks, another little-known website began posting the secrets of a top NATO general, billionaire George Soros’ philanthropy and a Chicago-based Clinton campaign volunteer.

Security experts now say that site, DCLeaks.com, with its spiffy capitol-dome logo, shows the marks of the same Russian intelligence outfit that targeted the Democratic political organizations.