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A hacker named Guccifer 2.0 has taken responsibility for the attack, and he says he is Romanian and completely unaffiliated with Russia. Vice published an interview with him today where he again made that claim though he had trouble when the Vice interviewer began to ask him questions in Romanian. Also complicating the issue of identifying the hacker(s) is the startling admission in the article below that Clinton and the Democratic Party are actively trying to pin the blame on Russia in order to minimize voter outrage against Democrats.



Clinton Foundation Said To Be Breached By Hackers


The Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation was among the organizations breached by suspected Russian hackers in a dragnet of the U.S. political apparatus ahead of the November election, according to three people familiar with the matter.

The attacks on the foundation’s network, as well as those of the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, compound concerns about her digital security even as the FBI continues to investigate her use of a personal e-mail server while she was secretary of state.

Clinton Foundation officials said the organization hadn’t been notified of the breach and declined to comment further. The compromise of the foundation’s computers was first identified by government investigators as recently as last week, the people familiar with the matter said. Agents monitor servers used by hackers to communicate with their targets, giving them a back channel view of attacks, often even before the victims detect them.

The hackers in fact sought data from at least 4,000 individuals associated with U.S. politics -- party aides, advisers, lawyers and foundations -- for about seven months through mid-May, according to another person familiar with the investigations.

The thefts set the stage for what could be a Washington remake of the public shaming that shook Sony in 2014, when thousands of inflammatory internal e-mails filled with gossip about world leaders and Hollywood stars were made public.

A hacker or group of hackers calling themselves Guccifer 2.0 posted another trove of documents purportedly from the DNC on Tuesday, including what they said was a list of donors who had made large contributions to the Clinton Foundation.

Information about the scope of the attacks and the government warnings raises new questions about how long the campaigns have known about the threats and whether they have done enough to protect their systems. The Clinton campaign was aware as early as April that it had been targeted by hackers with links to the Russian government on at least four recent occasions, according to a person familiar with the campaign’s computer security.

The U.S. Secret Service, Federal Bureau of Investigation and National Security Agency are all involved in the investigation of the theft of data from the political parties and individuals over the last several months, one of the people familiar with the investigation said. The agencies have made no public statements about their inquiry.

The FBI has been careful to keep that investigation separate from the review of Clinton’s use of private e-mail, using separate investigators, according to the person briefed on the matter. The agencies didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

Clinton spokesman Glen Caplin said that he couldn’t comment on government briefings about cyber security and that the campaign had no evidence that its systems were compromised. The DNC wouldn’t directly address the attacks but said in a written statement that it believes the leaks are “part of a disinformation campaign by the Russians.”

A law firm reviewing the DNC’s initial findings, Baker & McKenzie, has begun working with three additional security firms -- FireEye Inc., Palo Alto Networks Inc. and Fidelis Cybersecurity -- to confirm the link, according to two people familiar with the matter, underscoring Democrats’ concerns that the stolen information could be used to try to influence the outcome of the November election.

If the Democrats can show the hidden hand of Russian intelligence agencies, they believe that voter outrage will probably outweigh any embarrassing revelations, a person familiar with the party’s thinking said.

So far the released documents have revealed little that is new or explosive, but that could change. Guccifer 2.0 has threatened to eventually release thousands of internal memos and other documents.

Sensitive documents from the Clinton Foundation could have the most damaging potential. The Trump camp has said it plans to make the foundation’s activities a subject of attacks against Clinton; the sort of confidential data contained in e-mails, databases and other digital archives could aid that effort.

Bloomberg News reported Friday that the hackers who hit the DNC and Clinton’s campaign burrowed much further into the U.S. political system than initially thought, sweeping in law firms, lobbyists, consultants, foundations and policy groups in a campaign that targeted thousands of Google e-mail accounts and lasted from October through mid-May.

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Dossier on Hillary Clinton from DNC
Jun 22, 2016 at 3:05 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Here's the Full Transcript of Our Interview With DNC Hacker 'Guccifer 2.0'

Jun 22, 2016 at 3:06 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Now, the hacker is keeping his threat to leak more documents stolen from the DNC’s servers, and, for the first time, has agreed to answer questions.


“I'm a hacker, manager, philosopher, women lover,” Guccifer 2.0 told Motherboard on Tuesday in a Twitter chat. “I also like Gucci! I bring the light to people. I'm a freedom fighter! So u can choose what u like!”
Jun 22, 2016 at 3:06 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Jun 22, 2016 at 3:07 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
'Guccifer 2.0' publishes DNC docs with strategies for defending Clinton

Jun 22, 2016 at 4:06 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Cyber researchers confirm Russian government hack of DNC


Wash Po goes overboard in trying to pin it on Russia. They might be right in the end, but there still is substantial doubt at this point.
Jun 22, 2016 at 4:08 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
I hear she is going to hire Mr. Tidy Bowl to protect her shit.
Jun 22, 2016 at 4:42 AM | Unregistered CommenterS. Gompers

Memo Reveals Clinton Foundation Donor’s $100 Million Registration, Turnout Push: Document released by hacker who claims to have breached DNC network


A Swiss billionaire and seven-figure Clinton Foundation donor is pouring millions of dollars into a nonprofit voter registration and turnout operation and appears to have shared information about the project with the Democratic Party, a leaked document reveals.

Hansjörg Wyss is accelerating a $100 million registration and get-out-the-vote plan in order to more quickly impact elections and the U.S. policy landscape, according to a document detailing the proposed work by his charitable group, the Wyss Foundation.

The document details the scope of Democratic efforts to boost grassroots organizing, and sheds light on how some of the left’s deepest pockets are facilitating those efforts through nonprofit vehicles generally restricted to charitable activity.

Wyss is a controversial figure. He is currently being sued in Washington state court over allegations that illegal drug tests by his former medical device company resulted in patient deaths.

According to the memo, the Wyss Foundation initially planned to spend $100 million over the next five years on voter registration, outreach, organizing, and legal and policy advocacy on voting laws. But that won’t be enough, the group said.

The document, titled “Wyss Foundation Democracy Strategy Discussion Memo,” was saved in a Microsoft Word file suggesting it was created in March 2015.

“We believe these efforts will alter the electorate, but they will not do it in time to fully achieve the Wyss policy agenda within the next ten years,” the memo stated.

To speed the effort, “we are proposing … to accelerate a portion of that (approximately $75 million) into an immediate five year window, and spend it on a registration and engagement surge.”

The bulk of that increased spending, or $50 million, would go toward the registration surge. “Given the high cost, this would have to be done in partnership with other funders,” the memo notes.


Wyss/Clinton Foundation:




Hansjorg Wyss

Liberal Swiss billionaire and Center for American Progress board member Hansjorg Wyss has received much attention in recent weeks after The Daily Caller revealed that he had paid $1.5 million to a Colorado woman to settle sex abuse allegations. Money from Wyss’ charitable foundation has proven quite important in Montana’s environmental movement.

The Montana Wildlife Federation — a liberal environmental group that has been labeled by some as a “green decoy,” or group that claims to represent the interests of sportsmen while promoting environmentalist causes, such as controversial new BLM rules regarding Northern Montana’s hi-line — has collected over $1.2 million dollars in donations from the Wyss Foundation. Wyss has also recently been active with the The American Prairie Reserve, where, according to Aaron Flint of the Northern Broadcasting System, account for 3.5 percent of the group’s funds, an amount likely around $2 million according to Media Trackers analysis.

The Wyss Foundation also supports a scholarship –“Fellows and Scholars Program for the Conservation of the American West” — program with the University of Montana’s Environmental Studies Program and College of Forestry and Conservation. The goal of the program is to train young environmental activists.
Jun 22, 2016 at 5:41 PM | Unregistered Commenterjohn

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