Macron’s emails RELEASED: WikiLeaks publishes documents and there’s 790 mentions of BREXIT

Julian Assange's Wikileaks has released 21,000 Macron emails

By Zoie O’Brien

Assange’s network says the emails have been verified through its DKIM system.  French investigators said in June they found no traces of a Russian hacking group in the cyberattack on Macron’s election campaign.  The thousands of emails were released on Monday as a searchable index.  In total, 71,848 emails, 26,506 attachments and 4,493 unique senders are included in the leak.

However, early on WikiLeaks said it had confirmed the 21,075 emails were sent or received by addresses associated with the campaign.  This is done by checking “domain keys” used to sign emails.  More than 21,000 were verified while there are 50,773 emails it could not verify.

A statement said WikiLeaks believes “based on statistical sampling” that the “overwhelming majority” of the remainder are also authentic.  It said: “As the emails are often in chains and include portions of each other, it is usually possible to confirm the integrity other emails in the chain as a result of the DKIM verified emails within it.”



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Macron’s camp was attacked with a hack just days before his run-off victory over Marine Le Pen.  Russia was blamed initially.  Head of France’s cybersecurity agency, Guillaume Poupard, has said there is no evidence of Russian interference.Whistleblower Assange has spent five years holed up in London’s Ecuadorian embassy after originally moving in to avoid extradition to Sweden to face rape charges.   These charges have since been dropped but Julian Assange still fears he will be seized if he leaves the embassy and taken to America to face punishment for releasing secret information.





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