Russians are hacking into NATO soldiers' cellphones

Daily Mail - Science & tech 

Western military officials say Russia has been hacking into the cellphones of NATO soldiers stationed in Eastern Europe in an attempt to steal information, track troop levels and intimidate soldiers. Troops, officers and government officials of NATO member countries who spoke with the Wall Street Journal says that the sophistication of the hacking indicates it's being coordinated by the Russian government. It's believed that Russian agents are using antennae and specialized drones to hack into the phones of NATO soldiers stationed along Russia's border with the Baltic states, tracking the soldiers' whereabouts and stealing personal information off of their phones. Western military officials say Russia has been hacking into the personal cellphones of NATO soldiers stationed in the Baltic states. Pictured above is a U.S. soldier in Estonia, near the Russian border The Russians are using antennae and drones to hack into soldiers' cellphones to track their movements and steal their personal information, it was reported.