Pourquoi WikiLeaks soutient Trump ? La principale raison du soutien de l’organisation spécialisée dans la publication de documents confidentiels à Donald Trump est une profonde détestation de la candidate démocrate.
Piratages des courriels de Hillary Clinton : WikiLeaks dément à nouveau que sa source soit la Russie. Julian Assange, le fondateur de WikiLeaks, a réaffirmé lundi que sa source n’est « ni la Russie, ni un autre Etat ».
L’entourage de Donald Trump commençait tout juste à laisser entendre que le président élu « accept [ait] les conclusions [des agences de renseignements] » américaines, qui ont publié, vendredi 6 janvier, la version déclassifiée d’un rapport accusant les services secrets russes d’avoir ordonné la série de piratage qui ont émaillé la campagne présidentielle américaine. Mais dès lundi, le fondateur de WikiLeaks a tenu à le réaffirmer : sa source n’est « ni la Russie, ni un autre Etat ». Log In. Video WASHINGTON — President Obama said on Friday that he refrained from taking aggressive public action in retaliation for Russian hacking of Democratic Party institutions before the presidential election because he was concerned that such moves might be interpreted as unfair meddling in the campaign.
In a news conference before leaving for a two-week vacation in Hawaii, Mr. Obama said that he told President Vladimir V. Putin of in September to “cut it out,” but that the United States government did not retaliate in a public way before the Nov. 8 election. “We did not,” he told reporters. “We were playing this thing straight. But the president also warned on Friday that the American government would respond to the Russian hacking to “send a clear message to Russia, or others, not to do this to us because we can do stuff to you.” The president said that some possible responses would be public, but others would not. Mr. Continue reading the main story. Piraté par deux groupes différents, le Parti démocrate américain a mis des mois à réagir. Log In. Photo WASHINGTON — Since the Obama administration formally accused about a week ago of trying to interfere in the election, there has been intense speculation about whether has ordered the to conduct a retaliatory cyberstrike.
The strongest hint so far has come from Vice President , who either revealed American plans for a strike or engaged in one of the better bits of psychological warfare in recent times. Taping an interview for NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Mr. Biden was asked whether the United States was preparing to send a message to the Russian president, . Days before, the American intelligence agencies and the Department of Homeland Security declared that the Russian leadership was responsible for attacks on the Democratic National Committee and the leaking of stolen emails. Log In. A spokeswoman said the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security were looking into the incident and all potential causes, including criminal activity and a nation-state attack.
Kyle York, Dyn’s chief strategist, said his company and others that host the core parts of the internet’s infrastructure were targets for a growing number of more powerful attacks. “The number and types of attacks, the duration of attacks and the complexity of these attacks are all on the rise,” Mr. York said. Security researchers have long warned that the increasing number of devices being hooked up to the internet, the so-called Internet of Things, would present an enormous security issue. États-Unis. Ce que les e-mails de Wikileaks disent de Hillary Clinton. Le site de Julian Assange a publié à ce jour dix livraisons de courriels de John Podesta, le directeur de campagne de Hillary Clinton.
La presse anglo-saxonne tempère les rélévations de Wikileaks, mais souligne leur gravité. “Hillary Clinton a bien de la chance. Sans Donald Trump (…), les dernières semaines de la campagne tourneraient entièrement autour des e-mails [de sa campagne]”, constate un chroniqueur du quotidien britannique The Independent. Sanders on WikiLeaks reveals: ‘Look forward, not backward’ Sen.
Wiki hack reveals Bill Clinton’s role in campaign. Ahead of the Nevada caucuses last February, Hillary Clinton’s campaign operatives leaned on Bill Clinton to appeal to casino mogul Steve Wynn and James Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International, with a personal request.
Bill Clinton, according to emails posted on WikiLeaks, was instructed to personally ask Wynn and Murren to extend paid hours at their properties for casino workers, provide boxed lunches, as well as greater flexibility for employees who wanted to participate in the caucuses. Story Continued Below. Hacked 80-page roundup of paid speeches shows Clinton 'praising Wall Street'
Hillary Clinton frequently offered warm and at times sympathetic words for Wall Street during her paid speeches before some of the biggest financial powerhouses as the nation was still recovering from the 2008 crisis, according to excerpts flagged as problematic by her speaker’s bureau.
WikiLeaks’ trove of hacked emails from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s Gmail account includes an 80-page attachment seemingly from the Harry Walker Agency that highlights hundreds of “speech flags.” Story Continued Below The document sorts the speech excerpts by more than 50 categories, including China, Clinton Foundation, Equal Pay, Government Surveillance, Islam, Personal Wealth, and Praising Wall Street. In the same speech, she talked about the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill as something that needed to pass “for political reasons.” And she joked at a Goldman conference in June 2013 about the bankers being “the smartest people.” Hacked emailed from Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta. Gateway. Search the DNC email database.
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