Wall Street Journal: Russian hacks show cybersecurity limits

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To break into William Rinehart’s email account, hackers used old-fashioned trickery rather than a sophisticated cyberattack. On March 22, Mr. Rinehart opened an email that appeared to be from Google, telling him that someone was trying to access his account from Ukraine. The email urged him to change his password immediately. Read more here.

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