Below is the Guccifer 2.0 transcript provided to Forbes. It will most likely be removed from the web, or hidden behind a paywall. I am preserving it here.
Hello everyone. This is Guccifer 2.0. I’m sure you know me because my name is in the conference program list. As I see it, this is the place to discuss cyber security and cyber threats. And may be to propose some solutions.
Let’s figure out who poses the real threat to begin with. Cyber security firms are quick to blame hackers for their activity. Yeah, they cause a lot of troubles for business and politics.
But, who poses a real cyber threat? What do you think? Is it Guccifer? Or Snowden? Or Assange? Or Lazar?
It seems obvious. It’s plain as day you would say. But still my answer is no.
Large IT companies pose a real cyber threat nowadays. You may perfectly know some of them or may not. But their responsibility for the future of our world is growing from day to day. And I will explain to you why.
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