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AT&T Reports ‘No Cyberattack’ Amid Nationwide Cyberattack

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11 comments

Red Uprising February 28, 2024 at 8:18 am

Yep, and cigarettes don’t cause cancer, those women didn’t die from radium paint, and CO2 doesn’t cause global warming.

Truth is bad for profits, let’s just do away with it.

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Putin’s Puppets February 28, 2024 at 11:45 am

Funny, in this Republican blog’s desperate attempt to make this act of internal incompetence into some sort of silly conspiracy , they never mention the Blackcat hacking group is a Russian org aligned with Putin’s government?

Also, for decades now, conspiracy websites have been trying to scare up “solar flares” destroying our electrical and communications infrastructure. Guess who runs those conspiracy sites? Russian groups.

So, Fits”News” is 2 for 2 on using Russian sources for the “cause” of the screwed up routine maintenance.

I hope being an unending useful idiot pays well, at least.

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Andrew Fancher Author February 28, 2024 at 1:28 pm

The data embedded in this report came from U.S. publications, U.S. government entities and U.S. connectivity networks … not Russia. Ron Levin is a Johns Hopkins University graduate working for the second largest defense manufacturer in the United States … not Russia. His father served for the U.S. Merchant Marines in WWII before becoming a principal investigator for NASA during the Space Race… against Russia.

Thanks!
andy@fitsnews.com

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Putin’s Puppets February 29, 2024 at 8:53 am

Solar flares destroying our infrastructure has been a common trope from these Russian conspiracy sites for decades now. Going back to the late 90’s.

Using a scientists (who begged to be quoted correctly..why would he do that?) to mention how solar flares ‘could’ have been responsible just plays into that old trope. The poor kid who wrote this blog post has probably spent his entire life believing such things.

Not knocking at his Levin fellow, but clearly even he knew his words would probably be twisted by a far right-wing political blog.

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VERITAS Top fan February 28, 2024 at 9:18 am

“At the end of the day, you and I will never know what actually happened . . . ”

Andrew Fancher, you are a very talented journalist. There aren’t many authentic “journalists” anymore. Some just write up incomplete thoughts – thinking out loud – and then don’t bother to self-review or even verify their “facts”.

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Sancho Panza February 28, 2024 at 10:46 am

That was a quote from Levin, not Fancher.

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VERITAS Top fan February 28, 2024 at 6:31 pm

Uh, duh, uh really????? That was not a Fancher quote???? Two paragraphs, one not connected to the other … try to keep up, Sancho.

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GT February 29, 2024 at 8:47 am

Leave it to a trumptarded moron to double down on their plain as day idiocy.

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Putin’s Puppets February 28, 2024 at 11:47 am

Yes, you will never know what happened, if you get your conspiracy theories and lies from Fits”News”.

Make sure to send prayers to all those US troops in Gaza that Fits”News” promised we’re headed there!

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Jeff Mattox Top fan February 28, 2024 at 6:25 pm

It’s like the Keystone cops chasing the Predator. The people who understand the world of X’s and O’s do not work for the state. Who would? The less than capable who like the security that state employment provides. Unless the state hires outside the plantation they will always be left behind claiming they are on the case. They will also claim they are underfunded and undermanned in an effort to grow the idiocracy of their fold.

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Simple explanations are the best! February 29, 2024 at 8:58 am

Anyone with any experience with modern business has experienced problems from a vender doing updates to whatever systems they use. Happens all the time. Some businesses are bigger than others and disruptions can affect larger groups of people.

Pretty simple, chicken littles.

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