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June, 2016

June 14, 2016

The DNC Email Scandal first begins to get press with a story in the Washington Post that include a video with writer Ellen Nakawhima. The article’s lead paragraphs:

Russian government hackers penetrated the computer network of the Democratic National Committee and gained access to the entire database of opposition research on GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, according to committee officials and security experts who responded to the breach.

The intruders so thoroughly compromised the DNC’s system that they also were able to read all email and chat traffic, said DNC officials and the security experts.

Coverage in other outlets like the New York Times followed…

June 15, 2016

  • WaPo reports Russia denies involvement
  • Guccifer 2.0 appears with WordPress Page
  • Crowdstrike posts blog from Dmitri Alperovich

Bears in the Midst: Intrusion into the Democratic National Committee

Blog post by co-founder and CTO of Crowdstrike, Dmitri Alperovitch.

WaPo: Russia denies DNC hack and says maybe someone ‘forgot the password

MOSCOW — When Russia faces uncomfortable accusations from abroad, the Kremlin normally lashes back with official declarations and scornful comments on state television.

But when the Democratic National Committee and cybersecurity experts told The Washington Post that Russian government hackers had stolen an entire database of opposition research on presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, officials here met the accusations with little more than a simple denial and a shrug.


Worldwide known cyber security company CrowdStrike announced that the Democratic National Committee (DNC) servers had been hacked by “sophisticated” hacker groups.

I’m very pleased the company appreciated my skills so highly))) But in fact, it was easy, very easy.

Guccifer may have been the first one who penetrated Hillary Clinton’s and other Democrats’ mail servers. But he certainly wasn’t the last. No wonder any other hacker could easily get access to the DNC’s servers.

Shame on CrowdStrike: Do you think I’ve been in the DNC’s networks for almost a year and saved only 2 documents? Do you really believe it?

Here are just a few docs from many thousands I extracted when hacking into DNC’s network.

Guccifer also says in this June 15 post that they have given the material to Wikileaks:

The main part of the papers, thousands of files and mails, I gave to Wikileaks. They will publish them soon.

I guess CrowdStrike customers should think twice about company’s competence.

July, 2016