Monday, October 31, 2016


REVEALED: Here's How John Podesta's Email Was Hacked In perhaps the single most embarrassing piece of information to come from the WikiLeaks dump of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta's emails, we now know how hackers gained access to his account-and it makes it abundantly clear that, when it comes to cyber security, the Clintons and their minions have no idea what they are doing.

As The Smoking Gun reports, Podesta received an email with the ominous subject line "Someone has your email" that appeared to be from Google on March 19. It warned that "someone just used your password to try to sign in to your Google Account" and said Google "stopped this login attempt." The date, IP address, and location of the supposed breach were all listed, and the email recommended changing the password associated with the account "immediately," providing a link to do so.

Podesta's chief of staff, Sara Latham, forwarded the alert to Charles Delavan, a Clinton campaign IT worker, who concluded the email was "legitimate" and the password needed to be changed "immediately." Delavan encouraged Latham to ensure Podesta had two-step verification enabled for added security and included an authentic Google link from which Podesta could have changed his password securely...(continue reading)
FBI Obtains Warrant To Search 650,000 Emails From Weiner-Abedin Computer Hillary Clinton spent the weekend defending herself after it was revealed that the FBI had uncovered emails relevant to their investigation of her private email server. Despite her claims that the emails found were insignificant, the FBI has now obtained a search warrant to search nearly 650,000 emails found on a computer owned by Huma Abedin and her soon-to-be ex-husband, disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner...( continue reading)

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