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Homeland Security Searching For Malware From Belarus Illegally Infecting The ObamaCare Website Confirming This Siteís Previous Claims That Health Care Site Has Been Hacked

February 5. 2014

Obama: you hacked my stuff?!

In the article November 18, 2013 article Congress Gives Americans A One Year Extension To Keep Health Insurance After Being Dropped Because Of Obamacare the Judiciary Report stated the ObamaCare website bears signs of hacking. The next day computer security experts testified in Congress that they believe the site was hacked, confirming the Judiciary Reportís claims (Experts State Obamacare Website Hacked Just As This Site Previously Stated).

This week it was announced in the Washington Free Beacon , the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is searching Belarus regarding malware illegal implanted on the ObamaCare website via hacking, causing it to malfunction, while unlawfully obtaining the personal information of registrants  (http://freebeacon.com/the-belarusian-connection).

Obamacare website

Itís sad that anyone would tamper with any website, illegally trying to deface, damage or destroy it. However, it is particularly bad when someone does this to a website relating to health care. Thatís peopleís health and lives. Thereís nothing admirable about targeting any site that has to do with the publicís health.

ObamaCare is complicated enough and causing some confusion among the public. To hack the site is not helping matters and it needs to stop. The health care issue needs to be sorted once and for all, so the public knows where it stands and does not run afoul of laws concerning ObamaCare.

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