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Taco John 11:55 AM 09-25-2019

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Fish 02:20 PM 09-27-2019
Here's an explanation from another cybersecurity site:

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Crowdstrike, for its part, did what forensic investigators do when there’s a data breach: They followed standard data collection and forensic protocols, collected log data and other data and provided it forensically to the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. Sometimes in such cases, the forensics are done by the FBI or other law enforcement agency, but more often than not, it’s done by a third-party forensics entity using the same or similar tools to what the FBI would do. Chain of custody, forensic tools and other precautions typically are taken to ensure that the data is usable after the fact.

However, in our hyper-partisan environment, the fact that Crowdstrike and not the FBI conducted the forensic investigation has, in some circles, evolved into a conspiracy theory and scandal. The allegation goes that the DNC deleted log files, didn’t share information with law enforcement and made things up. The conspiracy theory is fueled by the fact that the DNC essentially “trashed” (that is, that it abandoned and rebuilt) the infected cloud servers—to keep the Russians out. Clearly, they must be hiding something, right?

To forensic professionals, there’s really nothing to see here. It’s all pretty much standard incident response and data recovery stuff—especially on the cloud. The forensic rule of thumb is, “Delete doesn’t and restore won’t.” Crowdstrike provided all of the data to the FBI, which was primarily responsible for the investigation—again, standard stuff.

https://securityboulevard.com/2019/0...rs-what-gives/
This is how it works. Following the rules established by the DOJ. You guys can call me names if it makes you feel better. But those are the facts.
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JohnnyHammersticks 03:05 PM 09-27-2019
Even in a market on a record bull run Crowdstike is tanking. Almost as if the street knows something... :-)

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— Kristina Vitalone (@KVitalone) September 27, 2019

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Discuss Thrower 02:23 PM 10-09-2019
Originally Posted by Fish:
No, "They" didn't, you dopes. A Chinese gaming company named Tencent invested $150M into Reddit. Not China. Tencent are the creators of the mobile video game League of Legends, and creators of an Asian chat app called WeChat. In no way do they represent China or are related to the Chinese government.
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Smartphone maker Vivo, broadcaster CCTV and internet giant Tencent said today they are suspending all cooperation with the National Basketball Association, becoming the latest Chinese firms to cut ties with the league after a tweet from a Houston Rockets executive supporting Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters offended many in the world’s most populous nation.
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BucEyedPea 02:52 PM 10-09-2019
Fish seems to think that a Chinese gaming company isn't subject to ChiComm control.

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In sum, Tencent appears to be an independent entity subjected to growing control and interference by the government.
ChiCom govt doesn't exactly allow much independence. It's a fascist set-up.

https://redskyalliance.org/finished-...h-the-chinese-
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