Wichita Bust Confirms Russian Haxxorz Targeting Kansas City

This isn't dark web gossip or even the talking points disseminated by social media bots offering high praise for Vlad and his empire of human misery . . . It's mainstream news fact that war across the world is hitting local tech with deets supported by mainstream sources and even hinted at by the feds . . .

Cyber criminal organizations with ties to Russia appear to be responsible for the attacks on Wichita, Jackson County and KC Scout.

Kansas City, Missouri officials have said little about the attack on the city's computer system, and it's unclear who is responsible.

Bridget Patton, spokesperson for the FBI, declined to say whether the FBI is investigating but said it is "aware of both incidents," referring to the Wichita and Kansas City network outages.

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