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Not All Russian Hackers Are Bad

Meet the security pros getting a lift from the country’s hacking notoriety.
An employee at security firm Kaspersky Lab’s Moscow headquarters.

SERGEY PAVLOVICH was just 14 when he discovered how to get rich in his poor ex-Soviet state of Belarus. He and others became hackers, tapping into Americans’ credit card data at companies

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