WikiLeaks found a “Russian trace” in the leaked emails of the headquarters of Macron

The organization WikiLeaks said in the leaked correspondence of the election headquarters of the candidate in presidents of France Emmanuel Makron nine times mentioned the name of the employee of the Russian company.

“#MacronLeaks: the name of the employee Contracting companies of the Russian government in the sphere of security “Eureka” appears nine times in the leaked archive xls_cendric.rar” — wrote in his microblog organization in Twitter. On a published table with the dates set a Rosca Georgy Petrovich.

WikiLeaks (@wikileaks)
06 may 2017, 21:44

Wikileaks notes that we are talking about the company “licensed by the FSB activities on protection of state secrets.” On the website of “Eureka” says she, since 1990, produces computer equipment, and is also the largest supplier of solutions in the field of information technology. Among her regular clients — the foreign Ministry, economic development Ministry, Federal customs service, Central Bank, Federal drug control service, the Pension Fund of Russia, the accounting Chamber, and others.

On the night of 6 may, the day before the second round of presidential elections, WikiLeaks has published an array of documents, teams of Macron — nine gigabytes of files. Supporters of the founder of the movement “Forward!” believe that they were victims of a “coordinated hacking”operation.

The national Commission for monitoring the elections of the President of France addressed the media with a request not to use published documents, as they may contain false information. Francois Hollande said that the hacking hackers the correspondence team of the candidate for the top post in the country of Emmanuel Macron “will not remain unanswered”.

The second round of presidential elections in France will take place on 7 may. In the first round, which was held on 23 April, the struggle for the presidency continue the candidate of the movement “Forward!” Emmanuel macron, who scored 24,01% of the votes, marine Le Pen, supported by 21.3% of voters.