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WikiLeaks publishes emails from CIA Director
WikiLeaks has published documents that come from the private mailbox of CIA Director John Brennan. Earlier this week said they had teenagers had access to his AOL account. The publication of the emails to WikiLeaks seems to confirm that.
The files that WikiLeaks has online put contain the documents that the teenagers in possession claimed to have. These include to the SF86 form, which Brennan had to enter to gain access to classified information. Among the emails are further recommendations to the President of the United States on how to deal with Iran and a letter from the inlichtingencomité of the Senate, which would be tips about how interrogation methods could be legally legally.
John Brennan since March 2013 Director of the CIA, but it was between 1980 and 2005 in the service of the intelligence service. Between 2005 and 2008 he set up his own business intelligence on: The Analysis Corp. The published documents also contain a fax about a legal dispute between the CIA and TAC. WikiLeaks says the coming days more documents from the CIA chief to bring out.
All the documents are from 2007 or 2008. According to New York Times there would be no classified- information came out through the AOL account. The teenagers were able to access the mailbox to reset your password. This was possible after they had won the last four digits of the account number of Brennan through social engineering. The CIA called hacking the account a criminal act that affects the Brennan family and not promoted but should be condemned.Viewing:-126
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