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WASHINGTON — An influential British think tank and Ukraine’s military are disputing a report that the U.S. cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike has used to buttress its claims of Russian hacking in the presidential election. The CrowdStrike report, released in December, asserted that Russians hacked into a Ukrainian artillery app, resulting in heavy losses of howitzers in Ukraine’s war with Russian-backed separatists. But the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) told VOA that CrowdStrike erroneously used IISS data as proof of the intrusion. IISS disavowed any connection to the CrowdStrike report. Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense also has claimed combat losses and hacking never happened.
When will the Fake Media ask about the Dems dealings with Russia & why the DNC wouldn't allow the FBI to check their server or investigate?” President Trump tweeted on Sunday at 4:15 a.m. How invigorating to discover that, like me, the president also lies awake at night wondering about the mechanics of major data-breach investigations! Setting aside the nonsensical first half of the tweet, there’s actually an interesting question worth revisiting buried in the second half. Why wouldn’t the Democratic National Committee allow the FBI to check their servers during the investigation of the DNC breaches during the 2016 election?
Born from Secretary Hillary Clinton’s Civil Society 2.0 initiative in the State Department, TechCamps first launched in 2010. In the past five years, TechCamps have taken place in Eastern Europe, South America and Southeast Asia. TechCamp Riga represented a newly expanded program since its move into the Office of Information Programs (IIP) at State. IIP’s focus, according to Senior Communications Strategist, Jamie Findlater Dredge, is to connect people to U.S. policy priorities through online and offline dialogue.
originally posted by: shooterbrody
a reply to: Krazysh0t
Oh pardon me I missed YOUR EDIT of your own post.
originally posted by: JoshuaCox
a reply to: iWontGiveUP
The killing was absolutely not a professional job, as a pro completes the robbery and doesn't leave defensive wounds..
originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: Krazysh0t
It's just as good as all the "unnamed sources" the Left keeps coming up with.