Cyber

Dear Obama, From Infosec

“If your intent was to show technical information to experts to confirm Russia’s involvement, you’ve done the precise opposite. Grizzley-Steppe proves such enormous incompetence that we doubt all the technical details you might have. I mean, it’s possible that you classified the important details and de-classified the junk, but even then, that junk isn’t worth publishing. There’s no excuse for those Yahoo addresses to be in there, or the numerous other problems.

Among the consequences is that Washington Post story claiming Russians hacked into the Vermont power grid. What really happened is that somebody just checked their Yahoo email, thereby accessing one of the same IP addresses I did. How they get from the facts (one person accessed Yahoo email) to the story (Russians hacked power grid) is your responsibility. This misinformation is your fault.”

Source: Errata Security: Dear Obama, From Infosec

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