Published: Tue, June 06, 2017
USA | By Kelli Rowe

Russian hackers 'attacked at least one US voting software supplier'

Russian hackers 'attacked at least one US voting software supplier'

Garrick said investigators found victor had exchanged email with the news outlet using her work computer. Very recently, in fact: On Monday, the digital organization published a rather eventful exclusive under the headline, "Top-Secret NSA Report Details Russian Hacking Effort Days Before 2016 Election". Although FBI's criminal complaint does not mention anything about the news organization, a senior federal officer confirmed to NBC News that victor was the one who leaked the classified document to the news company.

The Alexandria, Va. -based Pluribus International advertises intelligence analyst and similar positions at more than a dozen locations around the nation, including Fort Gordon in Augusta, Georgia.

Dated May 5, 2017, the NSA report states unequivocally that Russia's military intelligence, particularly the Russian General Staff Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU), was responsible for the hacking attempts.

According to reporting that surfaced this year, President Trump at one point encouraged then-FBI Director James B. Comey to jail reporters who published classified information. Victor then spoke with agents during the search and admitted to printing the information, taking it outside of her workplace "and mailing it from Augusta, Georgia, to the news outlet, which she knew was not authorized to receive or possess the documents".

That copy evidently provided valuable clues to the origin of the document.

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Reality Leigh Winner, 25, of Augusta, Ga., was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in her home on Saturday after she allegedly printed and removed classified intelligence reporters containing "national defense information from an intelligence community agency", according to the DOJ. Now, from Chelsea Manning to Edward Snowden to Reality Winner, a new class of rogue employee has emerged: People who decide there are secrets the public needs to know, and take it upon themselves to share them with reporters. "I think she's trying to be courageous for me". She then "unlawfully transmitted by mail the intelligence reporting to an online news outlet".

While leaking classified information is inherently wrong, it should be emphasized that the leaker usually does not know or understand how a leak of one bit of information can help foreign intelligence services find other information that endangers American sources and methods and thereby harms our security.

"Exceptional law enforcement efforts allowed us quickly to identify and arrest the defendant", Rosenstein said. "People who are trusted with classified information and pledge to protect it must be held accountable when they violate that obligation".

She is a former Air Force linguist who speaks Pashto, Farsi and Dari, according to her attorney, and had recently worked as a yoga instructor at Oh Yeah Yoga in Augusta.

Victor had told her mother that she opposed President Donald Trump, but she had not protested the administration publicly. Tony Shaffer said more millennials are turning against President Donald Trump and the White House.

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Possibly and probably counting against victor are other Facebook posts portending her political and social aspirations and concerns, including a 30-minute private meeting with Republican lawmaker, Georgia Sen.

The Intercept's leaked document alleges Moscow's military intelligence services attempted cyber-attacks on at least one U.S. voting software supplier days before last November's United States presidential election.

"It is unknown whether the aforementioned spear-phishing deployment successfully compromised the intended victims, and what potential data could have been accessed by the cyber actor", the NSA's report says.

The person who leaked info "has to suffer the consequences" Sen.

"Don't contact us from work". The goal was to get custom software onto their computers so that Russian spies could find out more about the workings of the network. Russian officials have called the USA allegations absurd and meant to deflect actual instances of corruption as well as other pressing domestic cocnerns.

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