Heather Wilson & Jacob Wells want justice for the hack which affected Canadian freedom convoy donors…
The two founders of GiveSendGo claim there is an investigation into the hack affecting Canadian freedom convoy funds and users who donated to that noble cause.
Since the hack, a known hacker has taken responsibility, but we are unsure as to whether his claims are true or not.
It is unclear whether the Canadian government itself funded the cyber attack on GiveSendGo, but it would appear that Trudeau’s motivations and the background of the purported hacker match up perfectly.
Here’s more on the story:
Heather Wilson, and Jacob Wells—founders of the crowdfunding company #GiveSendGo—said there is an investigation into the hack that occurred in February of their company’s website that targeted the Canadian Trucker #FreedomConvoy 2022’s fundraiser. https://t.co/webwybyuKS
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) March 6, 2022
A known hacker who has admitted in the past to working with intelligence communities around the world including Canadian intelligence and the FBI has claimed responsibility for the @GiveSendGo hack. https://t.co/4o9OVGpkic
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) February 16, 2022
The Epoch Times reports:
“There is an ongoing investigation right now to bring those perpetrators to justice and make them accountable to the law, because what was done was illegal,” Wells told EpochTV’s “Facts Matter” program.
“We’ve got forensic teams as we speak working on tracing all of this out, figuring out how in the world could it happen. … It is interesting that this hacker, who’s named himself online, has connections to Canadian intel and doing work for them in the past, and the group Anonymous—a very high level sophisticated orchestrated attack against GiveSendGo.”
Update: The hack of the Christian fundraising website, GiveSendGo, has not deterred donors (but perhaps emboldened them) to continue using the site to send money to organizers of the Canadian trucker convoys. Donations are up $1.2 million since the site came back online yesterday
— Aaron C. Davis (@byaaroncdavis) February 16, 2022
The file of purported Freedom Convoy donors posted in the GiveSendGo hack lists 36,201 Canadians.
As @davidreevely reported, CDNs gave $4.3M, ~$700k more than U.S. donors.
If the file is real (it looks real) it's time to drop the idea this is a foreign-funded "fake" movement.
— Jesse Brown (@JesseBrown) February 14, 2022
National Post explains:
The hackers also released a spreadsheet of raw donor data containing names, emails and dollar amounts of nearly 93,000 individuals who purportedly donated money to the Freedom Convoy.
GiveSendGo’s website was still offline by late Monday afternoon.