Thousands of pieces of data were published on the internet filtered in a possible hack to entities linked to the CCP Virus, such as the Gates Foundation, the World Health Organization (WHO), and the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Those responsible “are distributing lists of alleged emails, access credentials from WHO, CDC, and other major health organizations,” the SITE research entity, based in Bethesda, Maryland, reported on April 21.
While SITE was unable to verify the authenticity of the data, cybersecurity expert Robert Potter of Australia identified the WHO email addresses and passwords as true.
Some 25,000 emails and passwords were initially posted on the 4chan site, this site does not censor social networks such as Facebook or Twitter, which were then distributed by other means.
Most of the data came from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (NIH), followed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Bank, WHO, the Gates Foundation, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, the Washington Post said.
The companies and organizations involved have not responded to questions about the issue, only the NIH responded by saying, “We do not comment on specific cybersecurity matters, as such information could be used to undertake malicious activities,” according to the Washington Post.
The actions of several of these hacked entities have been questioned in connection with the handling of the devastating CCP Virus outbreak, which is now causing hundreds of thousands of deaths and incalculable economic losses worldwide.
Bill Gates is developing plans for mandatory worldwide vaccination against the CCP Virus, amid controversy over his allusions to controlling the world’s population through those processes that should be disease prevention.
He is also accused of causing disasters in the lives of hundreds of thousands of people through the vaccination campaigns he has been carrying out for decades in India and other developing countries.
The WHO also recently lost U.S. funding because of mismanagement and failures to prevent the pandemic, apparently complicit with the Chinese communist regime that runs the Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China.