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Old 4th December 2018, 11:47 AM   #1
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NRCC Hack

POLITICO: Exclusive: Emails of top NRCC officials stolen in major 2018 hack.

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/...8-hack-1043309

I'm on my phone so it's a pain to hyperlink. It looks like to they were hacked during the election and didn't tell anyone. Including other GOP members. There were 4 accounts monitored for months.

I wonder if there will be anything as juicy as the Dem hack during 2016. I'd be entertained to see what skeletons are in those closets. Though I'd never condone anyone hacking private data.
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Old 4th December 2018, 12:13 PM   #2
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If it's the Russians...a strong possibility...I admit I would consider it poetic justice.
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Originally Posted by plague311 View Post
POLITICO: Exclusive: Emails of top NRCC officials stolen in major 2018 hack.

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/...8-hack-1043309

I'm on my phone so it's a pain to hyperlink. It looks like to they were hacked during the election and didn't tell anyone. Including other GOP members. There were 4 accounts monitored for months.

I wonder if there will be anything as juicy as the Dem hack during 2016. I'd be entertained to see what skeletons are in those closets. Though I'd never condone anyone hacking private data.
The hacker sat on it. Sounds Russian.
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This should not be tolerated, even backhandedly, just to "Hardy har serves you right" the Republicans.
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Originally Posted by dudalb View Post
If it's the Russians...a strong possibility...I admit I would consider it poetic justice.
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The hacker sat on it. Sounds Russian.
So the question then becomes will we ever see them? Will they be used as leverage against Trump? How damaging can that information be?
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Originally Posted by JoeMorgue View Post
This should not be tolerated, even backhandedly, just to "Hardy har serves you right" the Republicans.
OH, I agree, whoever did it needs to fell the full force of the law, but that does not mean I can't get schanfrueude of out of it.
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Originally Posted by JoeMorgue View Post
This should not be tolerated, even backhandedly, just to "Hardy har serves you right" the Republicans.
It would have to come from the Democrats to be a "Hardy har serves you right". The Democrats have never, as far as I know, encouraged any hacking of the Republicans. They've never condoned any hacking at all. I just don't get your aggression here.

I hope whoever has done it gets busted, convicted and correctly punished. Which it appears Mueller has been trying to do.

ETA: Interesting fact though, the Republican president DID, actually, encourage the hacking and cheered the results of the hacking of a Democrat.
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So the question then becomes will we ever see them? Will they be used as leverage against Trump? How damaging can that information be?
I think , if Vlad boys are behind it, it's more to get leverage over the GOP leaders,who have really limited what Trumpy can do to when it comes to Russian policy.
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This whole idea of being "Leverage" strikes me as odd.

Even if the Republicans are so rotten to the core they'd sell there own country out to keep the videos of them getting spanked by a midget transsexual hooker with an empty Elmer's Glue bottle while bent over the back of a miniature pony from getting published on Reddit or whatever, you figure at least a few of them would figure that had nothing to lose.
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This whole idea of being "Leverage" strikes me as odd.

Even if the Republicans are so rotten to the core they'd sell there own country out to keep the videos of them getting spanked by a midget transsexual hooker with an empty Elmer's Glue bottle while bent over the back of a miniature pony from getting published on Reddit or whatever, you figure at least a few of them would figure that had nothing to lose.
I honestly wouldn't care if they did any of that as absolutely none of it is illegal, unless the prostitution is in that location. None of that would get to me.

I'm more interested in the illegal activities that the party condones behind closed doors, as it seems to have extremely lenient outlooks to breaking the law in public.

It's not leverage, I want to know the truth about the people we have in power. I don't condone the hack, but I won't shut my eyes to the information released.
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This whole idea of being "Leverage" strikes me as odd.

Even if the Republicans are so rotten to the core they'd sell there own country out to keep the videos of them getting spanked by a midget transsexual hooker with an empty Elmer's Glue bottle while bent over the back of a miniature pony from getting published on Reddit or whatever, you figure at least a few of them would figure that had nothing to lose.
Is THAT what came to your mind first when thinking about what damaging info there is on Republicans???
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I think it's safe to say that Russians and other hackers are hoovering up as much email and other data as possible. Isn't it widely acknowledged that they hacked both the RNC and DNC for the 2016 election, but only released DNC emails to damage Hillary?
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I think it's safe to say that Russians and other hackers are hoovering up as much email and other data as possible. Isn't it widely acknowledged that they hacked both the RNC and DNC for the 2016 election, but only released DNC emails to damage Hillary?
Getting information through illegal means as a way of getting leverage or out and out blackmail power over people has been SOP for Russian Intelligence for a long ,long,time,dating back to the Tsars.
Per World War One, the Tsarist Secret police actually blackmailed Alfred Redl, a high ranking officer in the Austrian Army Intelligence, after they uncovered he was having a gay love affair. Redl gave valuable intelligence to the Russians before he commited sucide when his treason was uncovered.
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I'm surprised the Republicans have any data they didn't already freely give to the Russians already!
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I'm surprised the Republicans have any data they didn't already freely give to the Russians already!
You obviously haven't read the article. Trump said that the Republicans have much better security than the Dems. So the only way this could have happened is through an inside jobby job /sarc /consp
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I'm surprised the Republicans have any data they didn't already freely give to the Russians already!
Trust but verify!
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I'm surprised the Republicans have any data they didn't already freely give to the Russians already!
Actually Russia and Putin is one of the very few areas where Trump has gotten real resistence from the Republicans in Congress.
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I'm surprised the Republicans have any data they didn't already freely give to the Russians already!
Try password "MAGA", tovarich!
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Originally Posted by JoeMorgue View Post
This whole idea of being "Leverage" strikes me as odd.

Even if the Republicans are so rotten to the core they'd sell there own country out to keep the videos of them getting spanked by a midget transsexual hooker with an empty Elmer's Glue bottle while bent over the back of a miniature pony from getting published on Reddit or whatever, you figure at least a few of them would figure that had nothing to lose.
Curse you Joe, how am I now supposed to get that image out of my head?
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This should not be tolerated, even backhandedly, just to "Hardy har serves you right" the Republicans.
Hardy har har, serves you right Republicans.
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The National Republican Congressional Committee dismissed as a “political stunt” a letter from its counterpart, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, asking for the two parties to team up on combating hacking ahead of the 2018 election.
Washington Post - a year and half ago
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Even the Republicans appear to believe this was an operation directed from outside the U.S. WikiLeaks involved? From the article linked:
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Party officials would not say when the hack began or who was behind it, although they privately believe it was a foreign agent because of the nature of the attack.
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OH, I agree, whoever did it needs to fell the full force of the law, but that does not mean I can't get schanfrueude of out of it.
Quite. Condoning and enjoying are very different things.
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I will give them this, they did their due diligence when it came to network security. According to the information available they had a full time cybersecurity expert and multiple 3rd party vendors providing the security. Those companies are going to need a little PR of their own, unless this is human error. I haven't read the news today. I heard some new stuff came out.
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I will give them this, they did their due diligence when it came to network security. According to the information available they had a full time cybersecurity expert and multiple 3rd party vendors providing the security. Those companies are going to need a little PR of their own, unless this is human error. I haven't read the news today. I heard some new stuff came out.
I would put good odds on the hack being a result of operator error. Something unsophisticated like a phishing attack.

I've worked at several different big companies that had very strong interests in protecting IP from hackers. Lots of IT work went on behind the scenes to keep our data safe. But when it comes to social attacks, like phishing, it was basically a campaign of "stop clicking on fake links, you idiot" mass emails from IT every few weeks. That's really all our IT would be allowed to do, as other methods would cause too much confusion and inconvenience from the ordinary user.

One company had a program I thought was clever. They sent their own fake phishing attacks to the user. If you clicked the link, a webpage would come up that shamed the user and encouraged them to review our IT policy. People were not pleased.
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I would put good odds on the hack being a result of operator error. Something unsophisticated like a phishing attack.
Yup, especially when the article says that they acquired email accounts. If they only require 3-4, then it's usually phishing. If they get all of them, then it's a legit "hack". That word means almost nothing anymore though.

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I've worked at several different big companies that had very strong interests in protecting IP from hackers. Lots of IT work went on behind the scenes to keep our data safe. But when it comes to social attacks, like phishing, it was basically a campaign of "stop clicking on fake links, you idiot" mass emails from IT every few weeks. That's really all our IT would be allowed to do, as other methods would cause too much confusion and inconvenience from the ordinary user.
That's a lot of the issue. There's a sliding scale between convenience and security. At our tech office, we have 2FA on almost every piece of cloud based software or programs we use that has client information; however, I can't think of a single client that uses 2FA for anything.

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One company had a program I thought was clever. They sent their own fake phishing attacks to the user. If you clicked the link, a webpage would come up that shamed the user and encouraged them to review our IT policy. People were not pleased.
We do that for a few of our clients (I do end to end tech support for about 60ish different businesses). It's actually really effective because no one wants to be "that person" that clicks the link or downloads an attachment. It teaches them to be skeptical of every email.
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People were not pleased.
Tell them they can write "I was well pleased" on their cardboard sign when they're begging at the interstate off-ramp after being fired for compromising IP

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Tell them they can right "I was well pleased" on their cardboard sign when they're begging at the interstate off-ramp after being fired for compromising IP
I snorted. Thank you.
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I snorted. Thank you.
Doh! And I just realized I spelled the wrong right.
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Doh! And I just realized I spelled the wrong right.
It gave it a very genuine feel.
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