04 February 2014

Healthcare.gov Contractor (and Close Russian Ally) Belarus Built Malware RIGHT INTO Obamacare Code


Remember when John McAfee warned us in November that anybody who signed up to the Obamacare site might have their bank account cleaned-out by hackers? The eccentric genius and former fugitive called the government website 'a hacker's wet dream', adding that there were 'NO safeguards' that would stop someone from starting a fake Obamacare website 'for a couple hundred dollars' that could 'empty your bank account' in hours. 

McAfee added unambiguously that 'It's going to happen, and it's going to happen soon... nothing in the Obamacare system safeguards against this.'
He made the opportunities sound boundless.


And I thought he was just trying to sell us software-

Not only does it turn out the computer security pioneer was right, but the vulnerabilities he found so glaring cannot all be chalked-up to the incompetence of Michelle Obama's college buddy that Barry handed the $678M  
no-bid contract to. 


Rather, subcontractors from a land almost entirely hostile to the interests of the United States were given important work on the healthcare.gov website and other Obamacare records programs- specifically Belarus, a landlocked Soviet time-capsule known as 'Europe's last dictatorship', and who's intelligence organization is still called the KGB 

There, software firms in the country's government-controlled 'High Technology Park' clearly made the most of the opportunity, inserting malicious code into the healthcare.gov site that creates secret 'back doors' that can be utilized for cyber attacks and/or wholesale identity theft (among other tricks)... not to mention access to millions of Americans' bank accounts and highly-personal health information.

Putin gives Lukashenko the royal treatment

But even if the Kremlin is not involved/benefiting from the intentional security breaches the Belarussians hid in the healthcare.gov code -which is doubtful- you've still got plenty to worry about from the White Russians themselves... they're expert computer hackers, and shameless theives. 

Last November (2013), a 'huge hole' in the internet was exploited by forces unknown- who diverted massive amounts of traffic (from US government and corporate offices +others) through -you guessed it- Belarus. The operation also hijacked data via Iceland, and was described as 'a vulnerability so severe that it could allow intelligence agencies, corporate spies or criminals to intercept massive amounts of data, or even tamper with it on the fly'.

Back in February 2012, five Belorussians were busted for taking $1.8M from 20,000 people across the globe- with 80% of the victims residing in
the United States...



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