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After Twitter released thousands of IRA-linked accounts, we found a botnet nested within the data dump. A botnet with at least 1,000 still-active accounts.
What reason could Russia have to hack a county that was going to vote for its favored candidate in the first place?
Twitter ignored 20 million Russian bots. Will they ignore 40 million?
In a six-month project, we found millions of Russian bots on Twitter—and this is just the start.
In 2017, DHS warned at least 21 states that their voter registration databases were targeted a year prior by Russian government hackers.
Just like in France, a “Yellow Vest” revolt is being pushed on social media. For America.
Part II: Is it possible that the Trump sub-domains communicating with Russia were a result of a domain registry hack by a third party? Or, is something else going on?
Part I: Our team did a traceroute on some oddly named Trump sub-domains. What we found was shocking.
Knowing that Russia is still actively attacking us via cyber-war, I have to wonder how Twitter’s fancy algorithms haven’t removed these fake Russian accounts.
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