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pat • 2 years ago

Long story short...Trump has ALWAYS had Crowdstrike on his radar. Timing, timing, timing!!!

AMERICAN CITIZEN✓ • 2 years ago

You have been paying attention. Timing is everything. The Leftist are caught in a trap of their own making yet once again.

Guest • 2 years ago
AMERICAN CITIZEN✓ • 2 years ago

The hinges are starting to creak already.

Beach girl • 2 years ago

CS is the central electronic brain for the whole Russia HOAX. Their Wall Street IPO must also be investigated! COLLUSION THERE TOO

OneNationUnderFraud • 2 years ago

A lot of BleachBitting going on at CrowdStrike right about now.

Jimmy Jones • 2 years ago

CrowdStrike is a extension of the CIA, its obvious!!! It's how the CIA can operate domestically!!!

Nosh Itsherlock • 2 years ago

You get the hole in one.

W Harris • 2 years ago

Research Leader Technologies, stolen by Hillary, CIA and Facebook.

Rivia • 2 years ago

i agree with you wholeheartedly. There is very good reason that the CIA is NEVER mentioned in all of this vomitus and fecal matter. And yet, finally we are starting to see that the CIA is every bit as corrupt and as involved as the FBI and the DoJ. The entirety of the Judiciary Bodies of the US Government has become a rotting, fetid, stench ridden vile corrupt corpse. A filthy disease that MUST BE eradicated if the US is to survive as a Free Nation.

Rodney McKay • 2 years ago

The conversation happened in July. BleachBitting today is a little late in the game.

Andy from Beaverton • 2 years ago

"CrowdStrike CEO: No Way to Definitively Prove Russia’s Involvement in DNC Hack" by BY BRENDAN BORDELON at Morning Consult August 16, 2016 at 2:01 pm ET

I found this article by following one of CrowdStrike's Twitter links.

sue davis • 2 years ago

Well done thanks.

JB: “.. and I didn’t tell ‘em a damn thing!!”

dragonfire53 • 2 years ago

Think Atlantic Council - Dmtri Alperovitch, Victor Pinchuk, James Clapper, Evelyn Farkas, think Crowdstrike; all are connected.

Scotswihae • 2 years ago

Guess who else was a member of the Atlantic Council?
Jeffrey Epstein.
'nuff said.

Gen. Chang • 2 years ago

Bongino covered this in detail on Thursdays show! I think Soros gives some funding to the Atlantic Council too?

dragonfire53 • 2 years ago

George Soros has his fingers in so many pies. Oh, I know. The whistleblower complaint references OCCRP, repeatedly; funded by Soros. If you go to the John Solomon documents, on Scribd, you will also find documents between the Obama State Department and Soros regarding both Ukraine and Russia.

stanley castleberry • 2 years ago

Actually, see that friendlier leaders are in place of countries that participated in this fraud. It is only a matter of time when they come forward to help save humanity from leftist.

FredFlint • 2 years ago

I hope you are right

Rod Sanders • 2 years ago

Looks like their stock just hit an all time low on heavy trading, along with all the Chinese corps.

Guest • 2 years ago
Scotswihae • 2 years ago

That reminds me, St. James of the Comey, Howdy-Doody clan ~ Gosh darn, he hasn't posted a word about any of this.
He is without doubt, the dog who didn't bark.
However, dog or no, sedition and treason (we were at war with Afghanistan at the time this sedition occurred) must be investigated by a military tribunal and we'll see if a firing squad brings that dog down.

Guest • 2 years ago
Scotswihae • 2 years ago

What a reasoned response. You obviously see life factually and realistically.
That's how I know you will vote for Trump 2020!

Molon labe • 2 years ago

Kudos! THAT is exactly how it's done!

AlmaAlma • 2 years ago

Google invested $100 million in Crowdstrike.
Google, I think, are a threat.

SovereignWoman • 2 years ago

Yes. You remember when Google got caught using their Google Earth trucks to scan everyone's WIFI routers as they drove by taking street level pictures a few years back?

Why do you suppose they did that?

It hit me the other day that they were identifying each and every one of us via our router MAC Address. They can then cross reference that with other information about us.

So you can switch IP addresses, and accounts, but they still know who you are usually.

Here's the real question that should scare us all with them... Why was it so important to them to identify each of us that they'd spend millions, possibly billions on that project?

I can think of lots of nefarious things to do with that info.

Welfare4all • 2 years ago

Obama gave up control of the internet so our laws would no longer apply and "nefarious things" could not be prosecuted or litigated. Same thing when he signed repeal of Smith-Mundt Act which prevented domestic propaganda..the damage that is consistently being done to laws that protected our Republic is astonishing. Low IQ voters aka the mob are pathetic...

SovereignWoman • 2 years ago

Public education has done it's job, definitely.

Welfare4all • 2 years ago

Sad part is few people are aware the CIA is not supposed to operate on domestic soil, why the heck was Sue Gordon stationed in the White House?!?!?!?

SovereignWoman • 2 years ago

I don't think she was stationed there as DNI has it's own digs in Washington, but several other CIA spies have been stationed there since Trump got in. No doubt to watch him and leak.

11bravo • 2 years ago

Sue Gordon, who is that, and why should I care?

chrimpatty . • 2 years ago

duck duck go will tell you she is DNI

CassandraSmoke • 2 years ago

China used gathered DNA for their transplant plan. Now they know the right candidates to pick up.

SovereignWoman • 2 years ago

China is pretty scary with how they treat their people... like cattle, to be bred, fed, worked, harvested. Yet people here still can't see what Socialism really turns into and are running towards it.

FollowDaMoney • 2 years ago

No Google Earth trucks where I live. I have banned Google from my network.

B_Rodregas • 2 years ago

I don't think you understood the comment. Banning Google from your network would have nothing to do with anything. He was referring to the Google Earth / Google Maps vehicles that filmed each street for their "Street View" stuff. While the cars/trucks were going around driving up and down every street filming with 360 degree camera's they were also monitoring and logging all wireless signals.

So essentially, if you have a wireless router (standard these days with most ISP's), or your own wireless network (router, bluetooth enabled, active AdHOC network's, etc) and it was active when the Google vehicles are in your neighborhood, they not only would have detected those signals, but they recorded any available information from the packets captured, identified them on their maps, etc. They did not make this public and include it on Google Earth, but they supposedly collected this information.

The reference to the MAC addresses is due to MAC addressed being unique to each networking device. Each device is assigned a hardware address / MAC Address during manufacturing that is unique to that device. From this information they could also determine the manufacturer of the device, etc. No matter where you connect the device the MAC Address will always be the same. By this, theoretically they could track you. For example if I was living in California, Google did their scans and identified my wireless router and it's unique MAC address... if I then moved to NY, had a different ISP, different IP address, etc and they scanned the area in NY and again detected your wireless router signal, and captured enough network packets to identify you MAC address they could tell that the router that was previously in CA is now in NY. Tracking this network signal to the source is pretty much child's play.

By the same token they could track that MAC address on the internet. They know it is from CA, but later it is associated with an IP address from a particular ISP in NY. They now know that router has moved and is now connected in NY, and you could be tracked via the new IP address.

This is the same for ANY network device. Your phone is the most concerning. You can go from anonymous wireless network to anonymous wireless network, each time getting a different IP address, but the MAC address of the network card in your phone never changes. By tracking when and where your MAC address registers on wireless networks, they could track virtually every movement. This is very much the same as how they can track your phone based on what cell towers it connects to and their signal levels.

You may think no one would really care about little old you, where you go, how long you stay there, what stores you frequent, etc, etc, but you would be surprised how valuable this information is when it comes to manipulating your behavior by doing things as simple as targeted advertising. Add services like Facebook, Twitter, etc to the mix and believe it or not, THEY probably know more about you than even you do (behavior patterns, etc that even you are not aware of about yourself).

This is one place where a VPN (virtual private network) is somewhat beneficial. All a VPN really is is a server that allows you to connect to it and virtually all of your internet traffic is now going through this server. Your traffic is now on the owner of the VPN's network and all of your traffic comes back to their address. This way everything you do on the net appears to be from the VPN. If you are in Texas, connected to a VPN in Nova Scotia, Canada... as far as anyone is concerned you are in Nova Scotia. As long as the VPN is a stand-up company and refuses to release any information about who is connected to their network, no one could track you any farther then there. The owners of the VPN would still be able to track you, but the point of their service is exactly that, they will not provide this information. Your traffic is essentially just combined with theirs, all looking like its coming from the same address... the VPN's.

The problem here is how much do you trust the VPN? Not only could the VPN track you, but they would have the ability to trick you as well. Say for example the VPN did not want you to be able to access certain sites, they could block them on their network, preventing anyone using that VPN service from being able to contact those sites. By the same token they could redirect queries to certain sites. If you were connected to a rouge VPN and they wanted to try to collect your banking information all they would have to do is set up a dummy site, modeled off let's say Bank of America's exiting website. They then redirect all network traffic from the Bank of America's web site (on their VPN) to their fake site... you enter the correct address to Bank of America, they send you to their dummy site. You try to log in... poof, they collected your login information. If they are savy they even redirect this to the actual Bank of America, so after they collect it, they hand it off and poof... you're logged into the bank as normal... and would likely never be the wiser.... until they exploited this and stole your money.

They don't want to public to be too savy about all of this, or at least for as long as possible. People get used to having things like the internet in their pocket everywhere they go. They want people to become so dependent on these services that even if they find out they are being tracked, they are so dependent on the device/service that they will continue using it. Phones for example have people so hooked on having them with them everywhere they go that people will continue to use them even knowing that they can be tracked. Trick you into downloading an app with a background feature that allows the to turn on the mic, now they can listen too.... add the camera.... the GPS... possibilities are endless.

Also look at how many companies / organizations do not have a web page of their own anymore. The instead have a Facebook page. This forces people to HAVE to have a Facebook account to use the service. Now Facebook can track where and when you use this service. (Not to mention that just by having the Facebook app installed on your phone, Facebook is then logging all of your Text messages, recording all of your Phone calls, etc. You agree to let them do this just by installing the software. Who knows where and when this info might become useful later down the road.... you're entire life, every conversation, every secret, every password, everywhere you go, how long you are there, what path you took and speed (allowing them to deduce how you traveled, car, bike, walk, etc), who you were with (based on the other IPs/MAC's connected near you), etc, etc, etc,.

Android is Google, iPhone is Apple.... do you trust them with every aspect of your life? Are you OK with them knowing, and exploiting, every small detail about your life? Unfortunatly, this is the world we now live in, and it will only get worse at the rate we are going.

chrimpatty . • 2 years ago

no I'm not I want a non android non apple phone. and google is the face of evil

thanks for the post

I will host my own vpn best i can

first, thanks for this clear explanation. well its clear to me. but, i worked in IT security for 15 years.
second, i guess i'm lucky. google never made it to my street. i've been able to streetview places all over the world. but, i can't do my own address.

Rod Sanders • 2 years ago

The movie, Enemy of the State, was a prediction.

FollowDaMoney • 2 years ago

I understand exactly to which he spoke. I started in the Telecommunications Industry in 1989. Currently, one of my Companies is a ISP that offers VPN service, firewalls and private email.

There are ways to avoid all of it. To start with we live miles from the nearest paved road and have a 1/4 mile driveway with woods between me and the road. You can't see my house. Turn tracking off on your phone. Rap it in tinfoil if you want. My fire wall will block any IP address I chose, besides blocking rouge IP Addresses that try to hack my network. You should see my Black List.

You need to look into CPacket. It records all traffic across the internet/cable/phone networks. It stores it in a searchable form that gets sent the NSA. NSA has Hillary's emails.

B_Rodregas • 2 years ago

Not really sure what your point is here. You appear to have not understood that blocking Google from being accessed on your network has anything to do with them being able to scan your wireless signals. I am envious about the description of where you live, but the fact remains that even with a 1/4 mile between you and the road does not mean your network cannot be detected. It reduces the possibility simply based on they may not deem your area cost effective to bother doing their scan's for Street View.

I have never used CPacket, but I have used many other variants over the years, (Solar Winds, Wireshark, Kismet, etc) and I am well aware of the information that can be derived from the various layers of the network model.
To each his own, but based on your responses to both comments I would suggest you are overstating your experience in networking. I too know many people who have been in the Telecommunications industry since the 80's... and being in the industry certainly does not make them networking experts (not that I am claiming to be.) The fact you suggested the tinfoil wrap to be suggests you missed the point of the response altogether, just like the first.

Either way, I'm not here to get into a "whose is bigger" fight, you appeared to completely miss the point of the first comment so I simply chose to clarify what the comment was about, not only for you, but for others here that might not have as much experience with the OSI Network Model.

Hope you have a great day.

FollowDaMoney • 2 years ago

"whose is bigger" me neither. I am not a IT "geek." We have "people." Spent more time in network maintenance, testing, restoration, and construction. Started with twisted pair and coax cable systems moving on to hybrid systems(fiber/coax), fiber, and microwave links. Last system we built was fiber to the home.

I do understand that Google was/is collecting data from open WiFi and other devices. We have tools that do the same thing. You can have fun sitting on an Airplane watching what everyone else is doing on the net. People don't understand how visible their actions are. I would recommend never banking on-line from any device on a public WiFi/Network. There are very many nefarious individuals trying to take everything you have.

CPacket is not a tool you or I would use. You are talking mid 5 figures for an entry level device. It is used by AT&T and most other large providers. It is sold as a maintenance tool to replay outages and stress test the network. Think giant DVR.

Good chatting with you.

Have a great day and stay safe....

Yes they are! DuckDuckGo is the only way to go. If 1M of us quit Google and switched, it might have a profound effect. Idk.

sfdebre • 2 years ago

It won't have ANY effect. Google has insinuated itself into every part of the global internet infrastructure.

SovereignWoman • 2 years ago

It has. Their traffic trackers and ads are being used by millions of websites, and they have Google login forms also being used by third party sites. So yeah, they have WAY too much data.

Guest • 2 years ago

for what it's worth i've transitioned to bing. i don't know that i trust MS anymore than google, but i use a laptop with windows too. maybe, there's no place left to hide.

SovereignWoman • 2 years ago

I've found them to be similar these days in data quality, though that wasn't the case a few years ago. What things are you finding are still deficient?