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Russian Mob May Be Behind Target Hacking

If you’re one of the 40 million Target shoppers whose credit card information was compromised last month, you’ve probably been wondering who, exactly has control of your data. Although we still have no conclusive data, a new report found that much of the code the hackers used was written in Russian, and many are speculating that the criminals in Eastern Europe and Central Asia may be behind this. If the Russian Mob is this good, just think what the world’s governments are up to.

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