Rumors swirling: Crowdstrike's assertion Russians hacked DNC faces scrutiny, Carter Page weighs in
26 Dec 2019 — #Swamp
The Gateway Pundit received an email from a self described cyber expert who claims there is no way that Crowdstrike could have identified Russia as the entity who hacked the DNC before the 2016 election. The reason is because no entity, including Crowdstrike, has software that can identify a hacker. Crowdstrike’s only out is to prove that their software can identify hackers and they can’t.
DCCC 'Hack" too large to grab data from servers without leaving major trail, which is the currently claim by the Coup participants. Crowdstrike took the virtualized server so no forensics could be run and did not allow FBI to examine.....can you explain? https://t.co/x2GshD2BGT— rob b. (@RobBar88) December 26, 2019
Is it good timing after this lockup season, around early next year?.. https://t.co/fnPfOU9DpD— A51Kent (@a51_kent) December 25, 2019
Curious...— M3thods (@M2Madness) December 21, 2019
"The Department of Defense granted Dmitri Alperovitch, the co-founder of cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, the status of a special government employee in 2013, a Pentagon spokesperson confirmed"https://t.co/DStejTO2Ax