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U.S. intelligence agencies have identified the code that the utility found as one used in what they call operation “Grizzly Steppe,” a far-reaching Russian operation to interfere with November’s presidential election. (Photo: iStock)

(Bloomberg) – Computer code connected to Russian cyberattacks by U.S. intelligence agencies has been found in a laptop computer at a Vermont electric utility, a development that emerged a day after the Obama administration hit Russia with sanctions for hacking during this year’s U.S. election.

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