[ExI] dnc hacking story

BillK pharos at gmail.com
Tue Aug 15 16:26:17 UTC 2017

On 15 August 2017 at 15:54, spike wrote:
> Data hipsters among us, who can field this one please:
> The former NSA director Bill Binney said today that one of the big hacks of
> the DNC servers consisted of a file 1976 MB and went out in 87 seconds.
> I am not a signals and data guru, but we have some on this list.  That data
> speed counter-indicates some commie hacking in through a server, but
> suggests some kind of plug-in device?  Such as a thumb drive or something
> with a cable which would need to physically plug in to something on-site?
> Sheesh did Putin manage to get his own guys in place with physical access?

Yes, that speed means that the file wasn't going out to the internet.
Either to a thumb drive as you suggest or to another computer on the
same local network.
That's why some experts are saying it was an inside job.
You have to ask why did the DNC deny the FBI access to their computers?
If it really was a question of national importance, why didn't the FBI
confiscate the two computers concerned?
The 'Russians did it' seems to be a cover story to cover up
shenanigans within the DNC.
The full analysis is here:


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