Yet Another Major Russia Story Falls Apart. Is Skepticism Permissible Yet?


The Intercept has the article Yet Another Major Russia Story Falls Apart. Is Skepticism Permissible Yet? by Glen Greenwald.

Last Friday, most major media outlets touted a major story about Russian attempts to hack into U.S. voting systems, based exclusively on claims made by the Department of Homeland Security.

I just scanned the article on The Intercept. Would The Department of Homeland Security consider tha as an attack. How are we supposed to use the internet without scanning files and web sites?

Does the Department of Homeland Security have the slightest understanding of how the internet works? They probably think it is a bunch of vacuum tubes that suck information out of computers. I don’t know what they think happens to computers that are subjected to such vacuuming.

Here is a line printed at the bottom of this blog page.

This page has been read 5,074,590 times from 164,666 internet addresses.

I wrote the software that tracks the information and prints out that line. Does The Departmenf of Homeland Security think they have to tell me which IP addresses are scanning my blog?

Here is a summary report from some security software that watches over my web site. This is just a list of the top IP addresses that did suspicious enough activities to be blocked by the security software. Notice, that it can figure out in what countries the IP addresses are located.

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