CodeMonkeyZ Drops Bombshell at Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium
Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium has been taking place this week. I believe Thursday was the last day that it was have been happening.
One of the challenges surrounding the Cyber Symposium was for someone to prove that the data that Lindell had on the election results was inaccurate.
Lindell even decided to put his money where his mouth was and backed it with a million dollar reward.
One of the big time players involved in all of this is CodeMonkeyZ.
Who is CodeMonkeyZ? Well, I’m going to be honest, I don’t exactly know what to say about him other than he’s an online “personality”. He may be a hacker or a data expert. There are even some theories that he is “Q” himself. If you look him up on Wikipedia, they’ll just call him a conspiracy theorist. His real name is Ron Watkins and he has been on the trail of getting to the bottom of what happened in the election.
He released the following message this week:
We came across unprepared, and it is true in a sense because we had just obtained the data. It was my very first time looking at the data and I did not know what exactly would be found on the systems ahead of the event.
Interestingly, we did uncover a few critical things:
1. There appeared to be web server logs which potentially indicate that the server was accepting and executing commands remotely.
2. Election related data pre-upgrade was not present on the machine post-upgrade. This indicates that election related data was deleted or otherwise removed during the upgrade process.
3. The server had a suspicious configuration script designed to remove server security, potentially opening the machine up to a network hack.
This was only a taste of what they’ve uncovered so far and there is much more to come.