Hal Berghel: CIA & Cyber-Babble vs. Cyber-Attribution UPDATE 1

Corruption, Government, Hacking, IO Deeds of War

On the Problem of (Cyber) Attribution

Is the recent report from the three-letter agencies on the alleged Russian hack of the Democratic National Committee evidence-based attribution or attributibabble?

Attitudes and judgments have these biases baked into them. Failing to appreciate this simple fact allows all sundry forms of popular nonsense to remain unchallenged. Such is the case with cyberattribution.

Faith-based attribution is a term used by security specialist Jeff rey Carr to denote nonscientific analysis that leads to untestable attribution to a security incident.

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RELATED (UPDATE 1):

WikiLeaks Reveals ‘Marble’ Source Code that CIA Used to Frame Russia and China

WikiLeaks release shows how CIA could protect itself from being traced to viruses | Washington Examiner

Phi Beta Iota: As the CIA’s report clearly stated on page A-13, its conclusions were not based on evidence. John Brennan appears to be a politically-motivated liar who is retrospectively indictable for high crimes and misdemeanors.

See Especially:

Robert Steele: The Soft Coup Collapses – Blackmail Revealed – What Next? CIA was bluffing, produced no evidence – Russians did not “hack” the election. Is this the beginning of the end of the Deep State in the USA? Can Trump clean house & wage peace?

Robert Steele in Defence and Intelligence Norway: The Russians Did Not “Hack” the US Election – a Few Facts from a Former CIA Spy

Robert Steele: US IC Allegations Against Russians Are Crap — Our Own Traitors, Not the Russians, Are the Real Enemy, Fake Evidence & Fake News – UPDATE 22

CIA Training Handbook: How to Fake Intelligence Plus Case Study on Faking Russians Hacking US Election

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