(Look up this word and try to fit it with the FBI, go ahead I dare you)?
Yes, real brave, (Sneaking around behind peoples backs)!
(Not to anyone that disagrees with them apparently)!
I just found this on an old Centurylink -Site
Everyone is so upset with the
So am I!
What about our
(Pestilent People )
for over a year,
Because she always
‘called them out,’
calling them out,’
An old posting.
5 months ago
FBI Delayed Warning Dems of Potential Russian Role in Hacks
© Dado Ruvic / Reuters
The FBI took months to warn Democratic Party officials that a malicious hack into the national political committee’s email network was being probed as possible Russian espionage, sources told Reuters.
Agents reportedly contacted party officials last fall but did not share all of the available information,
vulnerable to further hacking
during a critical time
in the presidential campaign,
those sources said.
In contacts with agents, the Democratic National Committee was reportedly told
to look for signs of unusual activity within its computer network
but wasn’t given more details or the context of the concerns.
Agents reportedly suspected the DNC was the target of a cyberattack by the Russian government long before party leaders were aware, unidentified sources told Reuters. Had they known, staffers could have taken steps to at least significantly reduce the number of documents stolen. Attackers had access to the DNC emails and documents, as well as the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee network as recently as June. Emails acquired in the hack were leaked just before the Democratic National Convention last week.
Technology News | Wed Aug 3, 2016 | 2:14pm EDT
FBI took months to warn Democrats of suspected Russian role in hack: sources
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO The FBI did not tell the Democratic National Committee that U.S officials suspected it was the target of a Russian government-backed cyber attack when agents first contacted the party last fall, three people with knowledge of the discussions told Reuters.
And in months of follow-up conversations about the DNC’s network security, the FBI did not warn party officials that the attack was being investigated as Russian espionage, the sources said.
The lack of full disclosure by the FBI prevented DNC staffers from taking steps
that could have reduced the number of confidential emails
one of the sources said.
Russian hackers whom security experts believe are affiliated
with the Russian government
continued to have access to Democratic Party computers
for months during a crucial phase in the U.S. presidential campaign,
the source said.
As late as June,
hackers had access to DNC systems
the network used by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee,
a group that raises money for Democratic candidates
shares an office with the DNC in Washington,
people with knowledge of the cases have said.
A spokeswoman for the FBI said
she could not comment on a current investigation.
The DNC did not respond to requests for comment.