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C. Shawn Eib @realShawnEib
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Meet Tim Graboski, aka whiterook6. He works for AggregateIQ as software developer. If that name sounds familiar, it’s because they helped #CambridgeAnalytica during the 2016 election. And apparently they’re still interested in our elections. #Midterms2018 #osint #infosec
We know that part of the seed data for the models used by CA came from Facebook surveys users filled in as part of an app. Well doesn’t this look familiar....this is a project called Campaign Pillar aka Check-In. “AIQ” is plainly visible. As are the targeted election questions.
Well this little gem comes to us courtesy of Tim’s GitHub repository, found here :… Currently available to the public (cloned in case it comes down).
From that screenshot, we can see it appears to be a campaign management system or extension thereof, allowing a campaign to create specific surveys based on target audiences, such as the “Voters” list in the left column.
Searching for “whiterook6” turns up a few other interesting results. One regarding questions about AngularJS (giving some insight into current development), is from February 28, 2018.…
Here he is appearing in a list of voters from British Columbia.…
Apparently Tim had some email problems for a while.....…
Here’s a project posted regarding sorting relationships in Python:…
Tim’s a busy guy, so more to follow as it’s found. Two interesting results are no longer available, either .ru sites or one Russian language Livejournal. Trying to find archives of those now.
Regardless, let this be a message: the people who meddled in our last election aren’t done with their work, and we all need to do our best to protect the #Midterms #electionsecurity
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