Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Legendary Hacker Says He & 10 Others Breached Hillary Clinton’s Emails Easily & Repeatedly





The notorous Romanian hacker known as “Guccifer” has told Fox News exclusively that he repeatedly and with ease entered Hillary Clinton’s personal email server in early 2013. He also said he saw evidence of up to 10 other hackers that had accessed the servers as well.

Hillary Clinton is under FBI investigation for knowingly, and most likely lying about using her own private email server while she was Secretary of State exposing over 2,200 classified emails, with some top-secret. Regardless of classification all communications were extremely sensitive since she was the nation’s top diplomat.

The FBI is also investigating the Clinton’s receiving kickbacks to foreign countries through the Clinton Foundation and offering favorable deals in return.

Gufficer told Fox News, “For me, it was easy…easy for me, for everybody.”
 He told Fox News this from his jail cell in Virginia.

From Fox News:
Guccifer’s potential role in the Clinton email investigation was first reported by Fox News last month. The hacker subsequently claimed he was able to access the server – and provided extensive details about how he did it and what he found – over the course of a half-hour jailhouse interview and a series of recorded phone calls with Fox News. Fox News could not independently confirm Lazar’s claims.
The former secretary of state’s server held nearly 2,200 emails containing information now deemed classified, and another 22 at the “Top Secret” level.
The 44-year-old Lazar said he first compromised Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal’s AOL account, in March 2013, and used that as a stepping stone to the Clinton server. He said he accessed Clinton’s server “like twice,” though he described the contents as “not interest[ing]” to him at the time.
“I was not paying attention. For me, it was not like the Hillary Clinton server, it was like an email server she and others were using with political voting stuff,” Guccifer said.
Gufficer is in jail on other cyber-crimes.

How he got access is a warning to everyone out there who handles sensitive information.
He says he did extensive research on the web – just like how the average person uses Google to look people up, hackers have many other ways. He then guessed Blumenthal’s (a close Hillary Clinton confidant) security questions and used that to get access to Clinton’s server after seeing many emails from her inside Blumenthal’s email account and doing more hacking.

He also mentions Colin Powell and other people’s IP addresses that he started tracking.
He told Fox News:
“For example, when Sidney Blumenthal got an email, I checked the email pattern from Hillary Clinton, from Colin Powell from anyone else to find out the originating IP. … When they send a letter, the email header is the originating IP usually,” Lazar explained.
He said, “then I scanned with an IP scanner.”
Lazar emphasized that he used readily available web programs to see if the server was “alive” and which ports were open. Lazar identified programs like netscan, Netmap, Wireshark and Angry IP, though it was not possible to confirm independently which, if any, he used.

You can read the whole Fox News report here and it’s pretty extensive.
Rumors have been growing about a pending indictment by the FBI as more and more evidence shows that Clinton has lied under oath and about when and how she became aware of certain things.

Some lawmakers think the FBI investigation may not be resolved until after the presidential election simply because there is so much to investigate in this far-reaching and extensive effort.

Republican Congressman Darrell Issa, who once served as chair of the House Government Oversight Committee recently told Fox Business, “What’s happening in the investigation is, I think, the FBI is running into a problem that there is too much to investigate,” Issa said.

“I believe they are going to have to make a summary finding as to her violations of the National Records Act, her taking of the documents and, of course, the classified portion.”

Issa and others believe that the most complicated part of the investigation will deal with allegations that the Clinton Foundation accepted bribes and kickbacks from foreign companies and individuals in exchange for access and favorable treatment during Hillary Clinton’s time as Secretary of State.
The FBI could soon directly interview Hillary Clinton.

1st Anniversary of the 1st ISIS Attack on the Homeland


By Pamela Geller

American Freedom Defense Initiative


Today is the one year anniversary of the jihadi attack on our free speech event in Garland, Texas. I know of no commemorations or remembrances of the brave Americans who staved off the attack in Garland. Unlike "Boston Strong" (they have been anything but)  Garland was truly "Garland Strong. Taking out those jihadis was a real American response and we had the best of all possible outcomes. San Bernardino, Chattanooga were Garland without guns.
As for me, how am I commemorating? I am alive, that's how.

Read this article on what's happened since that fateful day. The state of jihad in America post-Garland.

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 In the Year Since the First Islamic State Attack on American Soil, These Muslims Confirmed:

‘The War Has Just Begun’

Pamela Geller, Breitbart News, May 3, 2016

Today is the first anniversary of the Islamic State’s first attack in the homeland.

Just a couple of short months later, in response to the Chattanooga jihadi who slaughtered four Marines, one Navy officer said: “The War Has Just Begun. More to Come.”
He was right. Yet one year after jihadis attacked our Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest in defense of free speech, the West is in full surrender mode. In the wake of the Garland jihad attacks, the world says: let the bullies silence you. Don’t draw Muhammad. Comply with their other demands.
Garland changed everything for my colleagues and me. Its personal toll has been enormous. It has affected our lives and our careers in innumerable ways, all of them negative. Our security costs are now astronomical. We cannot step outside without remembering that we are hunted, and at any time jihadis could strike at us.

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We went into the event with our eyes open. We knew the risks. But we knew the risks were greater, for our children and our children’s children, if we allowed the freedom of speech to be destroyed by violent intimidation.
Yet still we were cast as the villains. An imam told Sean Hannity that I should be executed. Non-Muslim media and political figures agreed with him that in standing for free speech, I had provoked the jihadis. Fox News host Martha McCallum pleaded with me to respect Islam and constrain myself. Bill O’Reilly said I “spurred” the violence. Erin Burnett accused me of “relishing” being targeted for beheading.
Chris Cuomo was almost brought to tears by the thought of drawing Muhammad. Juan Williams and I had a knock-down drag out on Hannity. Geraldo Rivera compared me to the Aryan Nation, skinheads, and the KKK, and said, “Every time I see her on TV, I want to take a shower.”

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The list is long. The leftist networks (i.e., MSNBC) were unhinged. I could go on, but you get the picture.
One year on, jihad in America is raging. We were right. Gerard Perry wrote an excellent essay on the “shortsightedness of the media lynch mob.” But still people are afraid to have me speak. CPAC refused to allow me to host an event. Ironically, Donald Trump is suffering the same abuse I received from him, for speaking candidly about jihad terror and Muslim immigration.
What have we learned since Garland? Nothing. But here is what we know and what the media does not deign to cover, as they are too consumed with destroying the GOP and its presidential candidates. The mediasphere is devoid of actual news now.
These were devout, observant Muslims. A former roommate of the Garland jihadis said they regularly participated in Friday prayers at their mosque, and wanted “to blow up nonbelievers.” He also said that they regular went target shooting after Friday prayers.
But the FBI is bound as a matter of policy to ignore things like that. The FBI failed to heed public warnings of jihadi plans to hit our free speech event.
More came out recently in the trial of the Boston Muslims who plotted to behead me last summer, after ISIS put a fatwa on my head. Even while awaiting trial, these jihadis tried to organize beheadings from jail. Prosecutors revealed that an ISIS ebook helped inspire the attack on me. A well-known ISIS operative instructed American Muslims to kill me.
An informant in the case on the jihad attack in Garland said there were 50 to 80 more Muslim terrorists out there, ready to strike. And yet TIME magazine lamented that Muhammad cartoons make Muslims “feel less safe.”
The Garland jihad was followed by a spate of ISIS-related attacks on American soil.
Here is a list of the acts of jihad in the US since the Garland, Texas jihad shooting. It is only the US — mind you, the Muslim invasion of Europe and its attendant violence, brutality, and supremacism is not included. This is just in the USA since Garland, May 3, 2015.
I was stunned assembling this list. Even me, and I have been covering jihad activity 24/7/365 for the past 13 years. I am stunned that we are more cowed than ever. Stunned that my colleagues and I are still blacklisted, shunned, and demonized. Stunned that hate groups such as the SPLC and terror-tied groups like CAIR and ISNA are given the imprimatur of legitimacy by the media and academic elites. Stunned, in light of the rivers of blood.

Since the Garland jihad plot:
An FBI agent was knife-attacked by a Muslim during an ISIS investigation in New York City.
The Feds revealed that the Muslims who attacked our Garland event had considered an attack on the Super Bowl.
A Muslim student was charged with plotting to bomb a New York City landmark and later cut a plea deal.
Last summer, thirty Muslims in the U.S. were arrested for a July 4 terror plot, reportedly including two women who called themselves “bad b*****s” and were plotting another Boston bombing, a National Guardsman who wanted to “repeat Charlie Hebdo,” and “Minnesota martyrs.”
A “strict Muslim” from Seattle was charged with murder and terrorism, including a double shooting outside a gay night club. He was on a terrorism watch list.
A Muslim convert who was the son of a Boston police captain was charged with plotting attacks on college campuses for ISIS. His alleged plot involved “explosives filled with black powder, nails, ball bearings and glass, in places where large numbers of people congregate, like college cafeterias.”
In Chattanooga, a Muslim shot five soldiers; he was inspired by ISIS.
In New York, a Muslim pizza shop owner was charged and later convicted for recruiting for the Islamic state.
A Florida Muslim was arrested for an alleged WMD plot to bomb a Florida beach. Authorities say he expressed a desire to “cook American[s] … in cages” and also boasted: “We will destroy America” and “We will raise our black flag on top of your White House.”
The FBI issued an alert about “Middle-Eastern males” who were approaching the family members of US military personnel.
A Florida Muslim who plotted a WMD attack on a beach had been cleared to work at the Key West airport, in a job that gave him direct access to secure areas.
A Mississippi Muslim allegedly threatened to kill non-Muslim hospital staff after issuing a series of bomb threats.
Several Minnesota Muslims pleaded guilty to joining ISIS.
An ISIS-supporting Muslim was arrested in New York City. He said: “I’m ready to die for the Caliphate.”
At Union Station in Washington, DC, a knife-wielding man slashed a woman and charged at a police officer. Robert Spencer suggested that his name indicated an Islamic conversion.
An ISIS-supporting Muslim in Ohio is charged with plotting to kill US soldiers and bomb churches and schools, allegedly posting online: “Behead them in their own homes.”’
The FBI revealed that it had 900 ongoing ISIS-related investigations.
Faisal Mohammad, a Muslim student at the University of California Merced, went on a stabbing spree, smiling as he slashed at his victims. Law enforcement officials said he was on a terror watch list, and the university was warned of the threat he posed, but nothing was done to stop him. Only many months later did the FBI finally admit that he was inspired by the Islamic State.
In Philadelphia, a Muslim stands accused of shooting a police officer thirteen times. According to local media, eyewitnesses reported that he exclaimed he did it “in the name of Islam.” His imam lied about the shooter’s ties to his mosque. The FBI opened an investigation into the shooter’s ties to a larger Islamic terror cell. Police later said that he had pledged allegiance to ISIS.
In Washington, a Muslim prisoner allegedly screamed “Allahu akbar” and tried to kill a corrections officer.
A Florida Muslim leader referred to Jews as “pigs” and “monkeys.” This kind of language incites Muslims to violence.
The FBI thwarted a mass shooting at a Milwaukee Masonic temple allegedly plottedby a devout Muslim. He reportedly said: “We are Muslims defending the Muslim religion.”
ISIS issued a kill list of Air Force, FBI, and military personnel, along with government officials, commanding Muslims to “slay them wherever you find them.”
A Muslim who had been in contact with ISIS was charged with threatening to blow up a Walgreens in a Minneapolis suburb.
An anonymous threat against an NBA game in Los Angeles reportedly said: “You are all going to [expletive] die tonight, you filthy Americans.”
The Feds alleged that devout Muslims in Minnesota spoke of carrying out jihad terror attacks inside the US for the Islamic State. One suspect revealed plans to open up a route from Syria to the U.S. through Mexico.
The result of this epidemic of jihad attacks? Obama’s dawah speech about how “Islam is Peace” is repeated weekly, sometimes daily now.
What have we learned? Are mosques being monitored? All of these jihadis regularly worshiped at mosques. What is being taught at these mosques? Are investigators simply going to assume that these mosques are “moderate” and that the jihadis are “radicalized” elsewhere? If that is true, why couldn’t the peaceful teachings they heard at the mosque withstand the appeal of the “radicals”?
Right now, nothing is being done to stop jihad recruiting in U.S. mosques, even as several hundred young Muslims from the U.S. have gone to wage jihad for the Islamic State and are now waging jihad here.
U.S. law enforcement officials must take it upon themselves to learn about what Islam and jihad are really all about, then strategize accordingly about how to stop it. The mosques must be monitored. Muslim immigration must stop.
All over the world, the brutal sharia is being imposed on non-Muslims and free thinkers. Bangladesh is awash in the blood of free thinkers, poets, secularists, and non-Muslims. The slaughter there is daily now.
Devout Muslims tried to kill us in Garland one year ago today for the same reason: perceived insults to Muhammad — in other words, violation of Islamic law.
Under Islamic law, just a whisper that you offended or criticized Muhammad, and you are marked for death. It’s just that simple. The world is looking away, just as it did during the rise of the Third Reich. Deaf, dumb, blind is the world to the extermination of millions in jihad wars. There is no excuse now. Echoing Dr. Ernst Janning from Judgment at Nuremberg, no one can pretend not to know. There are websites — mine, Jihad Watch, The Religion of Peace, et al. “We didn’t know” won’t fly. The world was guilty then, and the world is guilty now. Then, the world said, “take Sudetenland. Take the Rhineland, Take Austria. Take Czechoslovakia.” And now, the world says, take Syria. Take Gaza, Take Judea, Samaria, Lebanon, the Ivory Coast, Libya…
The world says, “Islam is peace.” The world says, “It’s not millions of victims, it’s hundreds.” That’s a blatant lie, but what difference does that make? We stand for justice, truth, and the value of a single human.
What will you tell your children and grandchildren when they ask you, “Where were you?”