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The Kremlin Tuesday dismissed as "groundless" warnings from the United States and Britain that Russian state-sponsored hackers were threatening their crucial computer networks.Washington and London in a joint statement Monday accused Russia of maliciously targeting global internet equipment for political and economic espionage. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said the hacking was part of a broad operation dubbed Grizzly Steppe, which the DHS says comprises concerting cyberattacks by Moscow's civilian and military intelligence agencies.The two governments said the Russian operations, which allegedly involve planting malware on internet routers and other equipment, could also lay the foundation for future offensive cyberattacks.
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