White House fails to make case that Russian hackers tampered with election | Ars Technica


Released report does not have good solid evidence who was behind the attacks. This article also tells why it is hard to know who is really behind those attacks – it is well possible that hackers faked some of the evidence.

Whoever did this, if they wanted to cause disruption and lack of faith, they have succeeded in that very well, because hacking discussion just continues in media with old new, new news and fake news.


  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Fallout 4 computers used to depict “Russian hacking” on CNN

    CNN using footage of a Fallout 4 computer in a story about Russian hacking

  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Trump to Meet U.S. Spy Chiefs to Get Russian Hacking ‘Facts’

    US President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday responded to a slew of US election related sanctions against Russia with a call for the country to “move on” and a conciliatory pledge to meet US spy chiefs he has harshly criticized.

    “It’s time for our country to move on to bigger and better things,” Trump said, echoing previous prickly reactions to allegations his November win over Hillary Clinton was somehow tainted by Russian interference.

  3. Tomi Engdahl says:

    U.S. Attributes Election Hacks to Russian Threat Groups

    U.S. Government Maps Election Hacks to Russian Threat Groups, But Industry Raises Concern Over Attribution Evidence

    The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on Thursday published a Joint Analysis Report (JAR) to detail the tools and infrastructure that Russian hackers used in attacks against the United States election.

  4. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Obama expels 35 Russian spies over election hacking
    Russian Embassy responds with pic of ‘LAME’ duck, says move is ‘Cold War deja vu’

    President Barack Obama has ordered the expulsion of 35 suspected Russian spies in response to “malicious cyber activity and harassment” by Putin’s government for attempts to undermine the 2016 election.

    In a statement issued on Thursday, Obama ordered a number of actions in response to “the Russian government’s aggressive harassment of US officials and cyber operations aimed at the US election.”

    He said the decision was a “necessary and appropriate response” to efforts to harm US interests in violation of established international norms of behavior.


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