Feds recover ‘majority’ of ransom money from Colonial Pipeline hack

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NBC’s Ken Dilanian joins ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ to discuss the Feds recovering a ‘majority’ of ransom money from the Colonial Pipeline hack, adding that the FBI won’t reveal how it cracked the ransomware gang’s bitcoin account.

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