This post is getting embarrassing, I am now retracting my retraction.
I had originally posted that the emails for the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China, the level-4 virology lab believed by many to be the source of the Coronavirus outbreak, the Gates Foundation and the World Health Organization (WHO), who some accuse of being a big defender of China’s communist leadership, had been hacked.
Then I made a mistake of listening to someone who didn’t know what they were talking about and I debunked the story, and now it looks like there might be some truth to it.
So I am retracting my retraction, sort of.
Apparently other websites were hacked, that contained the login information for 25,000 people, some of whom worked at these organizations in question, plus many others. This login information was leaked on the dark web.
Cyber security experts have verified that many of these leaked emails/passwords were real and many users had very weak passwords like “password,” “their name” or “12345”. One expert reported that 48 people at WHO used “password” as their password, which proves the old saying you can be highly educated, but still not very smart.
And of course, people often use the same password for multiple accounts. And it has been alleged that people were also using the same leaked login information for their accounts at these three organizations.
And it is being suggested that there was plenty of time for people to access these accounts, before this leak became public.
So grab your popcorn, things may still get interesting.
One little tidbit came out this. What connection does the Gates Foundation have with WHO and the Wuhan Institute of Virology?
Oh, maybe this explains it: READ: China Lavishes Praise on Gates Foundation ‘Partner’ While Claiming Coronavirus Victimhood