Obama Has Requested a Survey on Election Hacking

President Obama has guided US knowledge organizations to create a give an account of endeavors to impact the 2016 race through hacking, as indicated by an Obama country security counselor.


Counselor Lisa Monaco told correspondents that the nation may have "crossed into another limit" of hacking dangers, and said "it is officeholder upon us to take load of that," as per Politico, who went to the declaration.

Monaco apparently said the survey is relied upon to be finished before Obama leaves office in January. The outcomes, in any case, may not be discharged to the general population. Monaco said just that individuals from Congress and other "partners" will be demonstrated the report.

Russia has been broadly attributed with endeavors to meddle in a month ago's decision. Confirm connected the nation to stolen messages from the Democratic National Committee, the arrival of which prompted to the abdication of executive Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and the chief of national knowledge later unequivocally censured Russia for the hack. The nation was additionally connected to messages stolen from Hillary Clinton battle administrator John Podesta.


Monaco reportedly alluded to a “growing threat” of such attacks, which the incoming Trump administration will be forced to reckon with. But for his part, the president-elect has denied the possibility of Russian involvement in the DNC hack, despite substantial evidence to the contrary. “It could be Russia. And it could be China,” he said just this week. “And it could be some guy in his home in New Jersey.”

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