2017 Nov 3, 11:37am
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So this is a “reconstruction,” not an investigation. That means they used this slew of phishing emails as a base for constructing a probable timeline for the probable act. The “data” didn’t come from the DNC server, but from another unaffiliated internet company called “Secureworks.”
“The AP's reconstruction— based on a database of 19,000 malicious links recently shared by cybersecurity firm Secureworks — shows how the hackers worked their way around the Clinton campaign's top-of-the-line digital security to steal chairman John Podesta's emails in March 2016.”
In other words, the DNC still hasn't had their server investigated by a Law Enforcement agency.
They had an official investigation and it identified the Russians.
They did, who did the "official" investigation?
If it took "Fancy Bear" a week to crack such security as "Obama2008" and "P@assword", we can basically shut down the cyber warfare departments of the Federal Government.
I DON'T think it means by a sub-contractor we hired.
Brazile writes that she was haunted by the still-unsolved murder of DNC data staffer Seth Rich and feared for her own life, shutting the blinds to her office window so snipers could not see her and installing surveillance cameras at her homehttps://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/brazile-i-considered-replacing-clinton-with-biden-as-2016-democratic-nominee/2017/11/04/f0b75418-bf4c-11e7-97d9-bdab5a0ab381_story.html?utm_term=.9d7639705891
Sniper saysjoeyjojojunior saysSniper saysI DON'T think it means by a sub-contractor we hired.Well, you're wrong as usual.So tell us, Rachel Maddow, who was this "official" company that did the investigation. Please post their name.Hey Joey the Troll, I'm still waiting....
joeyjojojunior saysSniper saysI DON'T think it means by a sub-contractor we hired.Well, you're wrong as usual.So tell us, Rachel Maddow, who was this "official" company that did the investigation. Please post their name.
Sniper saysI DON'T think it means by a sub-contractor we hired.Well, you're wrong as usual.
Why would Donna Brazile be afraid for her life if Seth Rich's death was due to a random mugging in the middle of the night?
Hey Joey the Troll, I'm still waiting....
Every shred of actual hard evidence suggests an inside job.
Which is why the DNC will never voluntarily allow LEOs to look at the server, if a copy still exists which is doubtful.
The metadata on the transferred files, not that you'll understand what that is.
joeyjojojunior saysanon_4480e saysEvery shred of actual hard evidence suggests an inside job.Can you detail this "hard" evidence?The metadata on the transferred files, not that you'll understand what that is.
anon_4480e saysEvery shred of actual hard evidence suggests an inside job.Can you detail this "hard" evidence?
Google doesn't work on your TROLLING computer?
Try doing some work, for once in your life, instead of being the Socialist that you are, who wants EVERYTHING GIVEN to him.
..."What We KnowSo far, all of the evidence pointing to Russia’s involvement in the Democratic hacks (DNC, DCCC, Podesta, et al.) comes from either private security firms (like CrowdStrike or FireEye) who sell cyber-defense services to other companies, or independent researchers, some with university affiliations and serious credentials, and some who are basically just Guys on Twitter."https://theintercept.com/2016/12/14/heres-the-public-evidence-russia-hacked-the-dnc-its-not-enough/ Hey Joey the TROLL, ready to admit that these "officials" were HIRED sub-contractors yet?????
Sure thing, Joey the TROLL, everyone knows you hire outside "official" contractors when doing a criminal investigation. Oh boy..
So hacking into an organization's or company's computers is legal now?
Ahhh, NO the FBI didn't, but if you read your links, you would have known that:
Go post the sentence where it said the FBI examined the server for evidence.