Russia's Top Cyber Sleuth Foils US Spies, Helps Kremlin PalsWired
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I don't know about you, but I'd much prefer to be spied on by the Russian government than the U.S., the Russian government poses me absolutely no threat, I can't say the same for the U.S. Of course, this article is likely an attack on him from the U.S. angry at him for exposing their Stuxnet cyber terrorism. Funny isn't it, how the U.S. claims there are "cyber terror threats" everywhere yet the U.S. is the only government to ever use it in practice? Same goes for the "nuclear threat." - ChrisKaspersky has 300 million customers. His geek squad uncovers US cyberweapons. And he has deep ties to the KGB’s successors in Moscow.