Feb. 8, 2024, 6:24 p.m. |

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KYIV, UKRAINE — After the Russian invasion, Ukraine’s cybersecurity officials reconsidered their approach to responding to digital threats and went on the offensive. Now, instead of merely defending its systems, Ukraine is attempting to hack into Russian state and private companies to gather valuable intelligence. This information can help thwart cyberattacks planned by its adversaries

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