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Chris Vickery
Here it is. This site is owned/run by a leading GOP digital operative. He runs systems on servers physically located in Russia, and advertised it. Mitch McConnell is a client. Ben Carson is a client. Gingrich is a client. And many more. Tell the world.
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Chris Vickery Aug 5
Replying to @FBI
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Porpentina (Tina) Aug 5
Replying to @VickerySec @FBI and 3 others
They supposedly have some pretty big clients , ?, , and the oddball one .... The RightSide Broadcasting Network? I’ll lay you dimes to donuts that all 4 are likely not clients Maybe someone should check with these companies & verify they’re clients
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Porpentina (Tina) Aug 5
Replying to @VickerySec @FBI and 3 others
The author of the website uses Nationbuilder for a blog site that has the boiler plate theme language in it, as do the two blog posts. Pretty sloppy for a developer that is supposed to be creating websites for the likes of LA Times & Universal
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Chris Vickery Aug 5
Those images at the bottom do not appear to me to be claims of clientele. Those look like claims of what kind of networks the service may have gotten stories into, or have otherwise interacted with. Which could still be complete b.s. claims.
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Chris Vickery Aug 5
The phrase "dev" is in the subdomain. This normally indicates a place to practice and try things out but not supposed to be servicing the public side of things.
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Simon Rosenberg Aug 6
Friends, can you explain what this means please?
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Chris Vickery Aug 6
It means all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't prop humpty Trumpty back up again. This is checkmate on traitors to our nation.
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Jay McKenzie Aug 6
March 2018: "Coinhive’s code has emerged as the top malware threat tracked by multiple security firms. That’s because much of the time the code is installed on hacked Web sites—without the owner’s knowledge or permission." Coinhive has since shut down.
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Chris Vickery Aug 6
Ron is heavy into crypto currency. It would be no surprise to learn that he purposely put Coinhive scripts on his own sites to try it out.
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Chris Vickery Aug 6
you should consider listing your refutations. What is wrong with an archive of a 2013 website showing a GOP operative setting up infrastructure to commit acts of treason? That would have been a prime window of time in which to get things rolling for them.
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briankrebs Aug 7
Replying to @VickerySec @FBI
A passive DNS lookup on that domain shows that it has only ever been hosted at 3 IPs: One set belonging to Amazon, 1 to Godaddy, & another to a company called Tiggee LLC in Va. Aside from the text on the image linked in the OP's tweet, what led you to believe this was ever in RU?
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Chris Vickery Aug 8
Replying to @briankrebs @FBI
For everyone retweeting this- please see the response a little further down clarifying and showing that, yes, there are Russian servers involved here.
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