Russian Interference in French Presidential Elections

Published by Wikileaks alleged correspondence of French Presidential candidate’s Manuel Macron was manipulated by Russian hackers, revealed Radio Svoboda/Radio Liberty’s journalist Anastasia Kirilenko. “Emmanuel Macron’s emails were opened by the Russian IT-specialist Georgi Roshka on March 27,” she informed in her Facebook on Saturday.

The name of Russian specialist was found in the metadata of nine of the files dumped by Wikileaks and Australian “journalist” Julian Assange.

The original author of the documents, as the metadata indicates, was cooperative of the Macron’s campaign headquarters Mr. Serdik 0, but later information in the file’s property was changed into Georgi Roshka. A man whose name is Georgi Petrovich Roshka is employed by the Russian company “Eureka” involved in the cyber security area. The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Defense and intelligence agencies are customers of Eureka.

On May 5th Wikileaks and “journalist” Assange published stolen personal documents and correspondence of a leading candidate in French Presidential elections Emmanuel Macron. Assange made available about 9GB of photos, scans and other electronic documents dated to April 24th, 2017.

The Macron’s campaign informed that hackers broke into their servers a week ago, but warned that there are forged documents among real files.

Japanese company Trend Micro confirmed that the hackers who attacked Macron’s campaign are Pawn Storm group, an infamous Fancy Bear and APT28. This is the same group of hackers that conducted attacks against other Western countries, including against the Democratic Party in the United States. Hackers provided stolen files to Wikileaks, an a para-criminal organization founded by “journalist” Assange, who has been unwilling to discuss his activities with the international investigators and hide himself in the Embassy of Ecuador in London.

The metadata of the stolen files reveals Russian IT specialist’s manipulation

The original author of the documents, as the metadata indicates, was cooperative of the Macron’s campaign headquarters Mr. Serdik 0, but later information in the file’s property was changed into Georgi Roshka. A man whose name is Georgi Petrovich Roshka is employed by the Russian company “Eureka” involved in the cyber security area. The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Defense and intelligence agencies are customers of Eureka.

On May 5th Assange published stolen personal documents and correspondence of a leading candidate in French Presidential elections Emmanuel Macron. Assange made available about 9GB of photos, scans and other electronic documents dated to April 24th, 2017.

The Macron’s campaign informed that hackers broke into their servers a week ago, but warned that there are forged documents among real files.

Japanese company Trend Micro confirmed that the hackers who attacked Macron’s campaign are Pawn Storm group, an infamous Fancy Bear and APT28. This is the same group of hackers that conducted attacks against other Western countries, including against the Democratic Party in the United States. Hackers provided stolen files to Wikileaks, a para-criminal organization founded by “journalist” Assange, who has been unwilling to discuss his activities with the US military investigators and is hiding himself in the Embassy of Ecuador in London.

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