According to this report, Belan is alleged by the FBI to have invaded the computer networks of three major United States-based e-commerce companies in
The specific e-commerce systems Belan illegally gained access to, this FSB report says, are the Covered California ™ and Nevada’s Silver State Health Insurance Exchange, both of which are linked to the Obamacare HealthCare.gov website and that all are described as being “e-commerce insurance marketplaces.”
Critical to note, this FSB report quotes a
“It’s official: Any personal data you give to the State of Nevada’s Obamacare website may be at risk from potential hackers and other security problems.
One of the many “security holes” Belan “exploited” in obtaining the Obamacare info, this report continues, was identified by US software tester Ben Simo who stated to the CNN News Service, “Either the developers were incompetent and did not know how to do the basic things to protect user information, or the development was so fractured that the individuals building the system didn't understand how they fit into the bigger picture.”
CNN further reports that Simo tried to report the defect as soon as he found it, but the Obamacare hotline operator referred him to law enforcement – “which was neither helpful nor relevant.”
As the Obamacare e-commerce website has now become the largest computer coding project in world history with over 500 million lines of code, the highly respected International Business Times News Service recently reported that it was a “recipe for disaster” built on a “shoestring budget” under political pressures for deadlines to be achieved, not results or security.
Even today, the FSB reports, the Obamacare website is still spewing garbled computer code at frustrated users, and even worse is now giving the private information of its users to other users, and as reported by the CarolinaLive.com News Service which says: “Thomas Dougall of Columbia was going through the online registration process when he got a call from a man in North Carolina. The caller was also trying to sign up for healthcare online, but for some reason, was able to access all the information Dougall and his wife had put into the system.”
This report further states that US contractors that worked on the Obamacare website were stunned into silence when shown a clause buried in the website that has Americans agree to a “no reasonable expectation of privacy” clause concerning their personal heath information.
The Weekly Standard News Service further confirmed this shocking clause by writing: “Buried in the source code of Healthcare.gov is this sentence that could prove embarrassing: "You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communication or data transiting or stored on this information system." Though not visible to users and obviously not intended as part of the terms and conditions, the language is nevertheless a part of the underlying code for the "Terms& Conditions" page on the site.
One mitigating factor to Belan’s hacking of the Obamacare Healthcare Website System, the FSB says, was that this website was only equipped to handle only 1,100 users just one day before its 1 October launch and is still riddled with typos, Latin filler text, desperate programmer comments and disastrous architecture.
To what Belan and his hacking cohorts will do with the countless hundreds-of-thousands (and maybe millions) of Obamacare identities they have stolen, this FSB report warns, they will go to identity thief gangs in Bulgaria, Lithuania and Ireland whom the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) notified this week had already stolen over $4 billion in fraudulent tax refunds last year from the American people.
As to why the US isn’t warning its citizens using the Obamacare Healthcare Website System that their most private information is now going to Russian hackers, this report concludes, may, in fact, lie with the Washington Times News Service reporting last month about a new Obama regime training manual that suggests federal agents could now face a firing squad for leaking government secrets.
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