A screenshot posted by the hacker, allegedly showing the contents of the server itself, reveals folders concerning everything from donation information to the Democratic National Committee and Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
“As you can see, the private server of the Clinton clan contains docs and donors lists of the Democratic committees, PACs, etc. Does it surprise you?” the hacker continues.
A second screenshot in the blog post reveals a “small list of donors,” which includes names and email addresses among other information, while another mentions New York Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney and former politician Barney Frank.
“It looks like big banks and corporations agreed to donate to the Democrats a certain percentage of the allocated TARP funds.”
According to Guccifer 2.0, the leak only represents a small sampling of hacked Clinton Foundation data.
“I can’t post all databases here for they’re too large. I’m looking for a better way to release them now.”
After providing a download link to “some other docs,” the hacker used the opportunity to congratulate WikiLeaks on its 10 year anniversary.
“P.S. I’m pleased to congratulate Wikileaks on their 10th anniversary!!!” he writes. “Julian, you are really cool! Stay safe and sound!”
As reported by Reuters in August, sources alleged the Clinton Foundation had hired a private security firm to “examine its data systems” after indications suggested they may have been hacked.
This latest breach follows several other high-profile hacks against multiple Democratic groups that have rocked the 2016 election.
Many in the cybersecurity community and a growing number of U.S. government officials have placed blame on Russia for the election cycle’s hacks. Guccifer 2.0 has also been accused of being nothing more than a Russian disinformation campaign after making what appears to be several operational security mistakes. Despite claiming to be from Romania, the hacker was unable to speak the language properly when asked by journalists. Guccifer 2.0 also left behind Russian writing in the metadata of several leaked documents.