Dear Journalists of #DNCLeak

Dear Journalists of #DNCLeak,
Stop lying about that it was the Russians who cracked the security. First of all let me give you an IT lesson 101 in spoofing your location. We have what is called a Virtual Private Network (VPN) which allows us to have a virtual presence in a local network. It creates an encrypted tunnel to a location and proxies your information through there. So geographically it appears as if you are somewhere else. That’s why some of my friends have noticed my location shows as New York City, instead of Ohio where I actually live. So what exactly am I getting at here? Cyber security is tricky business and we can’t just trust that because it appears to possibly be from Russia, that is in fact Russia. So the mere fact they immediately began pointing the finger at Russia suggests this is spin rather than factual. This has been proven by the constant touting of “suspicion” as fact in many of the articles.

If we recall Sony was cracked into and even the FBI suspected North Korea of doing it (1), as it appeared to have been traced back through China, which is where North Korea proxies their internet through. However as Time magazine wrote, it turns out that evidence suggests after deep investigation they were completely wrong, and it seemed to be a disgruntled employee (2).

To be completely honest the most disgusting fact about this entire situation, is it shows how corrupt the media still is. We are seeing this as they are covering up the story, and spinning it, rather than using the emails there to show how bad the DNC and Hillary Clinton are. But then again the media has always thrown the left a soft pitch every single time historically compared to the right. I say this as someone who is neither a Republican or a Democrat. Please for once in your careers be honest to the people and report the story as it happened, not as you want them to hear how it happened.

Sincerely,
Alon Ganon
An Honest Journalist and CTO of Being Libertarian LLC

(1) http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2014/12/18/sony-hack-timeline-interview-north-korea/20601645/
(2) http://time.com/3649394/sony-hack-inside-job-north-korea/

Author: Alon Ganon

I serve as a technology research associate for DTG3D. I am a technology specialist, very focused on understanding the details and applications of new technology trends. With a background in Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux, and FreeBSD operating systems, I provide practical approaches to the integration of new technology into an IT and general business environment. I am currently is involved in the analysis of augmented and virtual reality systems. I also spend my free time advocating for freedom in software, and in all facets of our life. I have been working on computers since I was 4 years old under my father's company DTG3D. I built my first computer at 7 years old, and I am primarily self taught and self trained in regards to the majority of his IT skills due to decades of being surrounded by technology everyday. My philosophy is, "You are not dead, until you stop learning."

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