September 27, 2021

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Joe Biden has accused Russia of seeking to disrupt the 2022 legislative elections in the United States

On Tuesday, July 27, the US President accused Russia of trying to disrupt the 2022 legislative elections. “Misinformation”, At the address for intelligence services.

“Look at what Russia is already doing with the 2022 elections and misinformation. This is a complete violation of our sovereignty.”, During a visit to the office of the Directorate of National Intelligence near Washington, mentions the information he receives in this matter during the daily conference.

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The US president also attacked his Russian opponent. Vladimir Putin “There is a real problem, he is the leader of an economy with no nuclear weapons and no oil wells and nothing else.”, Joe Biden added: “It makes him even more dangerous in my opinion.”

Concern over increasing cyber attacks

The US President has expressed his concern over the intensification of cyber attacks “ransomware”, Breaks a company’s networks to encrypt its data and then, in exchange for the encryption key, often demands redemption money in bitcoins.

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“If we see war, in real armed warfare, with another great power, it will be caused by a cyber attack.”, He promised.

In the fall of 2022, so-called elections will be held in the United States. “Medieval”, During which all seats in the House of Representatives and one-third of the seats in the Senate are renewed.

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The United States recently blamed China for a massive hack against Microsoft’s Exchange messaging services in March, and the White House has repeatedly called on Russia to take action against cyber attacks. “Ransomware” Carried out from its soil.

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World with AFP