After WikiLeaks revealed information that showed how the CIA can allegedly spoof hacks to frame others, such as the Russians, Circa News has unveiled a bombshell story that, if true, blows the lid off of the whole Trump Tower wiretapping situation.
A server utilized by Trump Tower was reportedly “wiretapped” (monitored, surveilled, whatever word you want to use) based off of pings between it and a Russian bank, but a new report claims that a hacker may have just made it look that way.
Alfa Bank has reportedly reached out to the U.S. Justice Department to help them figure out what actually happened and has pledged that they will offer their full cooperation in the investigation.
Alfa wants U.S. authorities to help unmask a computer inside the United States that it believes has been used to launch cyberattacks spoofing the appearance of a backdoor communication channel between Moscow and America’s 45th president, according to a source directly familiar with the bank’s request.
The source cautioned it does not yet have evidence that the same activity occurred between last May through September, causing the generation of the first server pings that computer scientists reported last fall might be evidence of secret communications between Trump and Russia.
The source said the first cyberattack detected by Alfa this year occurred on Feb. 18 from an unidentified third party connected to a U.S. internet provider that sent out suspicious DNS queries from servers in the U.S. to a Trump Organization server. The unidentified individual or individuals made it look as though these queries originated from variants of MOSCow.ALFAintRa.nET. As a result, the DNS responses from the Trump server were returned incorrectly to Alfa Bank’s server, which triggered Alfa Bank’s automated security.
Soon after, news media reports began making new inquiries to Alfa Bank about the old allegations from last fall. Similar new spoofing attacks were detected again on March 11 and 13, the source said.
The source, who spoke under condition of anonymity to Circa, explained that the bank believes that “these malicious attacks are designed to create the false impression that Alfa Bank has a secretive relationship with the Trump Organization.”
Circa explained the technical details but went on to offer this analogy about what it means: “The source said the spoofing attempt is equivalent to someone in the U.S. sending an empty envelope to the Trump Towers but putting on the envelope a return address in Russia, causing the Trump server to falsely return the communication back to Moscow.”
These connections, deemed potentially nefarious by the leftist mainstream media, were thought by the bank initially to be routine computer communications that have to do with server responses to commercial spam mail. But this recently revealed evidence has reportedly caused them to question that hypothesis.
Between the WikiLeaks revelations, this report, history, and good old fashioned common sense, there is ample reason to question the conclusions being fed to us by the intelligence community top brass about the Russian boogeyman narrative.
It is abundantly clear that the deep state is running amok with leaks all over the place, and with these recent reports, and what we already know of the left, it seems highly likely that things are not as they seem in this dangerous smoke and mirrors game being played by anti-Trumpers.
What is completely obvious, however, is that the deep state has it out for Trump and that they are working to undermine him every step of the way, with the Democrat propagandists in the MSM working right alongside them.
H/T Drudge Report