Donald Trump's company, the Trump Organization, is running seriously outdated software on its email servers, says Kevin Beaumont, an independent security researcher.
Beaumont, who scanned the Trump Organization's servers, says he discovered that their email server was running Windows Server 2003 and IIS 6.0, both deprecated technologies.
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In fact, Windows Server 2003 reached end of life (EOL) status in July 2015, meaning Trump Org system administrators had more than a year to update their servers, but didn't.
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The entire situation is extremely worrying and shows a slight indifference from the Trump Organization when it comes to security, especially after the high-profile hacks that have taken place in the last few months.
This includes reported breaches at the Democratic National Committee (DNC), and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), but let's not forget the whole 'Clinton private email server controversy.'
While the Trump Organization doesn't store any political-related information, being a commercial organization that manages Donald Trump's real estate properties, you'd expect the company of a candidate for the presidency of the United States of America to pay more attention to its own security.
This finding comes after at least threeseparateincidents when the Anonymous hacker collective targeted Trump's private companies.
No MDM or 2FA support
Windows Server 2003 and IIS 6.0 weren't the only issues Beaumont discovered. The researcher says that most software running on the server wasn't patched and updated to the most recent (and secure) version.
There was also no evidence of MDM software or two-factor authentication, two security systems considered de-facto policies for large-scale enterprises.
While until now only the Democrat Party has been in the news as the target of politically-motivated and hacktivist groups, Beaumont's discovery might spark a new series of attacks against Trump's camp.
Quick update on Trump corp email servers - all internet accessible, single factor auth, no MDM, Win2003, no security patching. pic.twitter.com/nIMTa9UmdL— Kevin Beaumont (@GossiTheDog) October 17, 2016
The Outlook Web App is here: https://t.co/VG723VcOAh - everything from OS to IIS to Exchange is unsupported. ActiveSync running too.— Kevin Beaumont (@GossiTheDog) October 17, 2016
Later, the girl's relatives of released a joint statement calling Bourgeois 'a monster.'
'None of us thought she would return from (visiting Bourgeois) in a casket,' it said. 'It should not have taken 18 years to receive justice for our angel.'
Bourgeois was the 10th federal death-row inmate put to death since federal executions resumed under President Donald Trump in July after a 17-year hiatus. He was the second federal prisoner executed this week, with three more executions planned in January.
The last time the number of civilians executed federally was in the double digits in a year was under President Grover Cleveland, with 14 in 1896.
As a lethal injection of pentobarbital began flowing through IVs into both of his arms, Bourgeois tilted his head to look at his spiritual adviser in a corner of the death chamber clutching a Bible. Bourgeois gave him a thumbs-up sign, and his spiritual adviser raised his thumb in reply.
Seconds later, Bourgeois peered up toward the glass dividing him from the media and other witnesses in adjoining rooms, and then grimaced and furrowed his eyebrows. He began to exhale rhythmically, and his stomach started to quiver uncontrollably. After five minutes, the heaving of his stomach stopped and his entire body became still. He did not move for about 20 minutes before he was pronounced dead.
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Bourgeois had met with his spiritual adviser earlier Friday as he sought to come to terms with the possibility of dying, one of his lawyers, Shawn Nolan, told The Associated Press hours before the execution. He said Bourgeois had been 'praying for redemption.'
Bourgeois took up drawing in prison, including doing renditions of members of his legal team. Nolan said he had a good disciplinary record on death row.
The series of executions under Trump since Election Day, the first in late November, is also the first time in more than 130 years that federal executions have occurred during a lame-duck period. Cleveland also was the last president to do that.
Bourgeois' lawyers said the apparent hurry by Trump, a Republican, to get executions in before the Jan. 20 inauguration of death-penalty foe Joe Biden, a Democrat, deprived their client his rights to exhaust his legal options.
The Justice Department gave Bourgeois just 21 days notice he was to be executed under protocols that slashed the required notice period from 90 days, Nolan said.
'To rush these executions during the pandemic and everything else, makes absolutely no sense,' he said.
On Thursday, Brandon Bernard was put to death for his part in a 1999 killing of a religious couple from Iowa after he and other teenage members of a gang abducted and robbed Todd and Stacie Bagley in Texas. Bernard, who was 18 at the time of the killings, was a rare execution of a person who was in his teens when his crime was committed.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West had appealed to Trump to commute Bernard's sentence to life, citing, among other things, remorse Bernard expressed over years.
Bourgeois' crimes stood out as for their brutality.
According to court filings, he gained temporary custody of the child, referred to in court papers only as 'JG,' after a 2002 paternity suit from a Texas woman. He was living in Louisiana with his wife and their two children.
Over the next month, Bourgeois repeatedly whipped the girl with an electrical cord, burned her feet with a cigarette lighter and hit her in the head with a plastic baseball bat - then refused to seek medical treatment for her. Prosecutors said he sexually abused her, too.
Her toilet training enraged Bourgeois and he sometimes forced her to sleep on a training toilet.
It was during a trucking run to Corpus Christi, Texas, that he killed the toddler. Angered that a toilet-training pot tipped over in his truck cabin, he grabbed her inside the truck by her shoulders and slammed her head on the windows and dashboard four times.
When she lost consciousness, Bourgeois' wife pleaded for him to get help and he told her to tell first responders she was hurt falling from the truck. She died the next day in a hospital of brain injuries.
After his 2004 conviction, a judge rejected claims stemming from his alleged intellectual disability, noting he didn't receive that diagnosis until after his death sentence.
Bourgeois' lawyers didn't argue that he should have been acquitted or should not have been handed a stiff sentence, just that he shouldn't be executed, Nolan said.
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