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That day, at an event in Florida, Trump invited the Russian state to search for the approximately 30, s that Clinton was found to have deleted from her private server on the grounds that they were not related to government work. The US alleged the operation was personally directed Russian email search president Vladimir Putin. Clinton was investigated by the FBI for using a private server for her correspondence as secretary of state. The filing told the story of an aggressive cyber-attack on the Democratic party establishment that was working to elect Clinton. It said Russia also conspired to break into the computer systems of state elections authorities and election equipment manufacturers, to steal sensitive information about American voters.
It further revealed that an unidentified US congressional candidate received stolen documents relating to his or her opponent from the Russian operatives in August The Russian hackers also transferred large amounts of data to a state-registered lobbyist and a reporter, the indictment said. Mueller also said Guccifer 2.
WikiLeaks is accused of conspiring with the Russian intelligence officials to release the documents for maximum impact on the Russian email search campaign. They used Bitcoin and bogus American identities to build a computer infrastructure for the attacks. On 19 MarchPodesta received an that was disguised as a security notification from Google, instructing him to change his password by clicking a link.
In fact it was from Aleksey Lukashev, a senior lieutenant in the Russian military. When Podesta clicked, he unwittingly gave Russian intelligence access to his. They promptly stole more than 50, s, according to Mueller. Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, on Friday reiterated past statements from US officials that no evidence of vote tampering had been found. The Russian spies also created a bogus purporting to be from a Clinton campaign staffer, the indictment said. This allowed them to record what employees were typing on their keyboards and to take screenshots of their monitors.
Lieutenant captain Nikolay Kozachek and second lieutenant Artem Malyshev were allegedly caught logging into the Arizona server to download their haul. Later, the hackers deleted files to cover their tracks. Then, according to Mueller, the Russian spies pushed their electronic loot on to an unsuspecting American public. From Junethese screennames used their own websites, along with Facebook and Twitter s, to begin publishing s they had stolen from the Democrats. WikiLeaks ed the publication effort in July.
Mueller said that on 6 July, WikiLeaks urged the Russians to give it damaging material about Clinton in time for the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, so her efforts to unite the party after a bruising primary with Bernie Sanders could be undermined.
Sure enough, s showing ostensibly neutral party officials working to help Clinton over Sanders were soon leaked. Behind the scenes, according to Mueller, the Russian spies successfully hacked the website of an unidentified state elections board and stole personal information on about half a million voters.
Over the following months, they repeatedly searched for vulnerabilities in the systems of Florida and Iowa, two swing states.
They also broke into the system of a company that makes voter registration software. Meanwhile, the leaks kept coming. On 7 October, soon after the separate publication of a leaked recording in which Trump boasted of grabbing women by their genitals, WikiLeaks published a tranche of the s taken from Podesta. Another 32 sets, totalling 50, messages, were released over the following month. Eight days later, Trump was inaugurated. Trump-Russia investigation. This article is more than 3 years old.
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