The Guardian: Julian Assange hacked into the network of the Embassy of Ecuador in London
The British newspaper the Guardian and the Ecuadorian portal for investigative journalism conducted its own investigation of the circumstances of the detention of the founder of the WikiLeaks website Julian Assange in the Embassy of Ecuador in London, where he was granted asylum in 2012.
Journalists got acquainted with the documents that show that the Embassy staff was very serious about the safety disgraced journalist, extradition sought by Sweden and the United States. During the time that Mr Assange in the Embassy of Ecuador has spent at least $5 million for a secret operation “Hotel”, permission for which was given by the President and the foreign Minister of Ecuador.
In operation, the Embassy has been installed surveillance cameras, hired security firms and used undercover agents to thoroughly test all contacts of Julian Assange, the surveillance of the Embassy staff and protecting the police officers. Security checked every day famous guest by the minute, including his communication with the Embassy staff.
But, as reported by The Guardian and Focus Ecuador anonymous source, while the Embassy followed Assange, he, in turn, followed by the Embassy. He managed to hack into the computer network of the Embassy and got a private access to satellite Internet, it gave him the opportunity to view work and personal emails of employees.
The WikiLeaks account on Twitter denies this information: “This is the anonymous slander that support the current concerted attacks of the USA and UK for Mr. Assange”.
See also: the network reported deprivation Assange Internet access