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Obama Russia Cyberbombs – CWEB.com

Former President Barack Obama ordered a secret program to plant “cyberbombs” in Russia’s technological infrastructure following Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election, The Washington Post reported Friday.

The effort involves getting “implants” into key Russian networks that are determined to be “important to the adversary and that would cause them pain and discomfort if they were disrupted,” a former U.S. official told the Post. The National Security Agency, the CIA and U.S. Cyber Command are involved in the project.

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