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As if Americans need another reason to avoid the Healthcare.gov sites, we are now learning that the Obama administration (HHS) contracted developers in Russian linked Belarus to write the software program for the Healthcare.gov sites.

U.S. intelligence agencies last week informed Health & Human Services that software developer firm EPAM, who helped build the Healthcare.gov site, may have inserted malicious software creating a secret back door that would allow spying and countless cyber security attacks.

In addition, this illegal backdoor would compromise the personal information of millions of Americans who signed up for Obamacare vulnerable to identity theft and bank fraud.  Healthcare providers, government agencies and medical institutions are also vulnerable.

… Security officials urged HHS to immediately conduct inspections of the network software for malicious code. The software currently is used in all medical facilities and insurance companies in the United States. The officials also recommended that HHS use security specialists not related to software vendors for the inspections to reduce further risks….

U.S. intelligence discovered the problem when Valery Tsepkalo, director of the government-backed High-Technology Park (HTP) located in Minsk revealed their role in “helping Obama complete his insurance reform.”  Translation:  HHS is a client and those gullible Americans who signed up for Obamacare, our personal ATMs.

‘…Our programmers wrote the program that appears on the monitors in all hospitals and all insurance companies—they will see the full profile of the given patient,’ Tsepkalo said June 25 on Voice of Russia Radio….

The software enables hackers or government agencies to route data from the Obamacare website to foreign locations in stealth mode.

For the record, there has already been an occasion(s) when traffic from the Healthcare.gov sites was re-routed to Belarus enabling government officials and hackers to sift through the information of millions of Americans raising privacy concerns. (It is only a concern when other nations do it.)   H/t Grumpy Opinions.

HHS gets all the personal and financial information of Americans through their Healthcare.gov site, which is nothing, more than a personal ATM for felons globally.  Not to exclude the fleecing by the IRS, Americans will never know what hit them. Another privacy violation courtesy of the Obama administration.  Nice.  Real nice.  So tell me, how much is too much America?

House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich) was shocked to learn that overseas programmers wrote parts of the Healthcare.gov program and is now calling for an investigation into the matter.

See What? Bela? Bela Lugosi? Bela..rus? Whaaat??