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Google has taken action against a major hacking operation that it thinks has infected more than 1 million devices.

The tech giant is coming down hard on the so-called Glupteba botnet, suing two Russians who are allegedly behind it.

The article goes on to state the following:

It’s a notorious piece of malware known for taking control of people’s Windows PCs.

The report explains that at some points, the vicious attack was infecting thousands of new devices per day.

“Google said it has disrupted the operation by terminating about 63 million Google Docs detected sharing Glupteba, more than 1,100 Google Accounts and even 870 Google Ads,” the report adds.

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  1. Russia, Russia, Russia! This satanic government of ours is trying to end all debt at any cost! I pray you all realize that! End all debt, no matter the death rate!

  2. More than likely it’s 1 million Americans who Google has censored and have attacked. Google has been hacking Americans for years Its Not any Russian hackers.
    Like democrats they use Russia as their go to plan


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