Digital Security Test Shows Podesta Emails UNALTERED By WikiLeaks
A fourth of the nearly 23,000 emails hacked from Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta’s Gmail account and made public by WikiLeaks were verified by The Daily Caller News Foundation as authentic.
TheDCNF used a digital security test employed by email providers to determine whether messages have been tampered with or otherwise modified.
Passing the test means the email as posted by WikiLeaks is exactly the same as when it was sent. The test used by TheDCNF on all of the emails contained in WikiLeaks’ first 13 Podesta releases to date is the DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) security measure.
Another fourth of the emails failed the test, which can mean they were altered, but can also occur for other reasons, most significantly that the server has changed its keys since the email was sent. About half of the failed Podesta messages were sent between 2007 and 2014. – READ MORE