How Hackers Are Getting Into Email (and Everything Else)

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John Podesta, campaign manager for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, talks to reporters outside Clinton's Washington home, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016.

Last week new evidence revealed that Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta's Gmail account was hacked by the same Russian hackers that targeted the Democratic National Committee. All the hacks were done using the same tool -- "malicious short URLs hidden in fake Gmail messages," which tricked recipients into clicking on them. Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai, reporter for Vice Motherboard, explains how hackers made a made a fatal mistake, leaving digital fingerprints within the bogus gmail message. 

Brian takes calls on the email hacks and the DDoS attack Friday which took major sights like Twitter and Paypal offline.