Saturday, December 27, 2014

Sony Hack Might Have Been an Inside Job By 2 Female 'Equal Pay' Activists independent investigation has identified two female, L.A.-based persons of interest in the Sony hacking scandal. reports:
The woman who we will call “Lena2″ is in her mid-to-late thirties and a former Sony pictures employee, who ceased to be employed by Sony in March of this year.

A review of her LinkedIn page shows that she had both the payroll access, the computer savvy, and the accounting background. She had been at the company for eight years.

“Lena2″ had both the access and the means to leak the sensitive Sony material. is not releasing her real name at this time, but we have identified her as a person of interest, based upon:  Her role as in administering the payroll system;  administrator and her social media accounts fits the profile.. (She deleted her Twitter account.) Despite leaving the company earlier this year, we curiously cannot find a separation letter for her, although hundreds of other separation letters were released by the hackers...

Also via
A CSB video featuring Kurt Stammberger, a senior vice president with cybersecurity firm Norse, says that they have identified who the Sony insider was. Here’s the profile of who they say it is: 
Norse believes it’s identified this woman as someone who worked at Sony in Los Angeles for ten years until leaving the company this past May.
“This woman was in precisely the right position and had the deep technical background she would need to locate the specific servers that were compromised,” Stammberger told me.
We have identified a “Lena” who matches the Norse description and are holding her name back as well. She is in her late 40s and has worked for Sony Pictures and Sony Electrics for 10 years and has the skillset necessary to pull off the attack.

Get this: has also identified a possible motive: pay equality on gender lines.

The first email from ‘lena’ references “equality.”

“We Want equality[sic]. Sony doesn’t. It’s an upward battle,” the hackers write in a message published by The Verge.

We’ve examined the data released by the hackers and found a disproportionate number of women were laid off [following the work of] Bain & Co., the consulting company brought in by Sony...

We suspect that Lena2,  a female payroll system administrator, would have been one of the first people to witness the pattern of these firings and layoffs, since she would have administered the paperwork.

In the month that Lena2 left Sony – March 2014 – the payroll cuts were roughly equal to what Seth Rogen was paid for the Interview.


  1. So much for the official story....reminds me of everything else the govt says....lies lies lies

  2. Interesting. Wondering if there will be punishment equality when they are finally tracked down.
    Also interesting that the press is going forward with the FBI's north korean angle despite this new evidence from a private security company