Web Security Expert: ObamaCare Website Security “Much Worse Off” Today

The obamacare website not being secure is just another component of this deliberate act to trash our healthcare system and economy. Ask yourself could those who are capable of composing a 2200pg law drop the ball with a website? They planned for all the intricacies to control our healthcare but would allow those plans to be ruined with a crap website?! Doesn’t make sense does it?! It does if your intentions were to never have barackobamacare as the final product! We know this to be true because his majesty along with all the other closet communists have said one time or another that single payer is the end goal. They created this mess so one day they can come riding in to our rescue with a simpler plan! Government controlled healthcare is the end goal and if it means compromising your private information to get there they will do it.

Remember you are dealing with people who follow the philosophy of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, a book dedicated to the first rebel Lucifer, and live by “the means justifies the ends”!

Hacking expert David Kennedy says he cracked HealthCare.gov in 4 minutes
by Jessica Chasmar | The Washington Times
The man who appeared before Congress last week to explain the security pitfalls of HealthCare.gov took to Fox News on Sunday to explain just how easy it was to penetrate the website.

Hacking expert David Kennedy told Fox’s Chris Wallace that gaining access to 70,000 personal records of Obamacare enrollees via HealthCare.gov took about 4 minutes and required nothing more than a standard browser, the Daily Caller reported.

“And 70,000 was just one of the numbers that I was able to go up to and I stopped after that,” he said. “You know, I’m sure it’s hundreds of thousands, if not more, and it was done within about a 4 minute timeframe. So, it’s just wide open.”

“You can literally just open up your browser, go to this, and extract all this information without actually having to hack the website itself,” he said...more