BleachBit makers announced that their app was responsible for clearing Hillary Clinton’s private server of potentially damaging emails and now has publicly bragged that it interfered and managed to halt the FBI from accessing them.
The application, Bleachbit, designed to guard a person’s privacy and free up disk space and since it was used to wipe and deleted damaging emails on Hillary’s private server, that possibly WikiLeaks will be the only entity to uncover the illegal use of a private server that contained top-secret information and other damaging emails.
Breitbart reported the news and said that the company published the headline after a Fox News interview with Rep. Trey Gowdy who said that the email wipe had been so effective that “not even God could read them.”
On the website, Wilders Security Forums, an unknown person by the name of Palancar, was elated of how well the app worked and said, “Many times we have circulated various threads regarding a wiping program to be used on Linux. Today I was watching TV and congressman Trey Gowdy was discussing their investigation of the server that Hillary’s team wiped. He went on to say that it was wiped so clean that “God cannot even see anything” and it was done using a program called Bleachbit. His investigators have been completely stifled by it.”
“In general I would have to say that is quite an endorsement for Bleachbit!! I have been using it for some time now. This makes me feel good about using it.”
Another user, Nebulus, in the WSF said, “This is good news! It means BleachBit is doing its job.”
On Bleachbit’s website, the owner/developer stated, “As of the time of writing BleachBit has not been served a warrant or subpoena in relation to the investigation. BleachBit is free of charge to use in any environment whether it is personal, commercial, educational, governmental, Republican, or Democrat. The cleaning process is not reversible.”