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Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by razman, 7 Mar 2019.
More brown envelopes I guess ...
And i often wonder how they were able to get into our systems to hack it.
However when you have employees of other football clubs logging into our systems illegally it’s not a leap of imagination to see that used as a back door entry into our network.
Hackers hack for anything they can find that they think they can use; that could be for profit, to disrupt something they oppose, or to impress people into supporting them
None of the Football Leaks hack is close to whistleblowing - they're not employees of anyone exposing corruption, and there was a vast amount of this material.
What we saw is the bit Spiegel published about City. There was a collective of journos from many countries looking at the hack trove to see what they could find, and parts were published in specific countries - I'm pretty certain the French media published a lot on PSG which would have no interest to most people in England.
Just imagine the shitstorm if the origin of the email hacking came from Liverpool, the password used for the scouting network could even as a stand alone system be a gateway into our mainframe stuff.
But I’m sure Liverpool’s owners are not into any form of deception or cheating are they?
We broke NO Uefa Rules if city found a loop hole and exploited it whose at fault?
Bit of a leap to say we were hacked by another club though? Oh, hang on a minute...
Is this the master plan unveiling itself? ;)
My assumption has always been not another club but vested interests
Recent news has made me go hmmmm
As long as we didn't lie to them.
What you on about they accusing us of breaking Uefa rules we told them we haven’t.