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IF YOU ENTER the lobby of the Tel Aviv building that acts as its headquarters, you won’t find its name in the directory. You also won’t find a Web site for it because it doesn’t have one. Its 120 or so employees don’t post profiles on LinkedIn and sign strict confidentiality agreements. Inquiries…
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The partly-Black rape gang — the victim was White — was exposed by a White hacker who logged into football fan forum “Roll Red Roll” without permission, and he now faces more jail time than the rapists. Sports, both school and professional, have been turned into a vast engine
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Despite retraction of the report by a DNC-employed cybersecurity company that was behind the much-trumpeted claims of Russian hacking, allegedly intended to undermine America’s democratic processes and put Donald Trump in the White House, claims of Russian meddling continue to be
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Of course, anyone can claim to be part of the hacker group Anonymous (just as anyone can claim to be “alt-right”), and the name is doubtless occasionally claimed by many who are System-linked infiltrators — but this appears to be a real event and a story that may have legs as the dirty,
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Our analysis of Wordfence security report: US-released “proof of Russian involvement” actually proves the opposite: Code is easily traceable to out-of-date commercial hacker software — and IP profile is typical of small-time private hackers. THE UNITED STATES government…
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The Washington Post’s fake story of “Russian hackers penetrating the US electrical grid” AS THE Washington Post’s story of Russian hackers burrowed deep within the US electrical grid, ready to plunge the nation into darkness at the flip of a switch unraveled into the story…
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Multiple attacks on computers that store election databases traced back to US Department of Homeland Security GEORGIA SECRETARY of State Brian Kemp wrote a letter to President-elect Donald Trump for some assistance with a disturbing problem: He wants Trump to help investigate the Department…
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Introductory Note by John I. Johnson: The author of the following commentary is James Bamford, the author of several books about the NSA, including the first one to reveal its operations to the public. As far as “curated” (Establishment-filtered/censored) details about the NSA and…
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Anyone with a mask, a video camera, and ‘Net access can claim to speak for Anonymous. Any agency with a large enough budget can infiltrate and control it. Most recent incarnations of Anonymous are the opposite of revolutionary and act like just another extralegal arm of the Politically Correct
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Despite denials in this System article, it is clear that the Federal Reserve was “taken” along with Bangladesh’s central bank. It is claimed that only a typographical error on the part of the hackers prevented the loss from being $1 billion instead of the $80…
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