Russia has repeatedly tried to hack into the Ukrainian natural-gas company Burisma Holdings in an effort to obtain dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, The New York Times found in a bombshell new report.
Specifically, the report said Russian intelligence operatives are searching for financial documents, emails, and legal records.
The hacks come after President Donald Trump and his allies engaged in a months-long effort to force Ukraine to dig up or manufacture dirt on the Bidens, specifically related to Hunter Biden’s work for Burisma Holdings.
Oren Falkowitz, a co-founder of the security firm that discovered the hacks, told The Times the attacks were successful and look like “a repeat of Russian interference in the last election.”
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Russian military intelligence operatives have been working to hack into Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian natural-gas company, since at least November, The New York Times found in…