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France's would-be First Lady, 64, greets her husband Emmanuel Macron's supporters as election bosses battle to stop massive data leak blamed on the Russians from torpedoing presidential battle with Le Pen.
Emmanuel Macron's wife was mobbed by his supporters outside their home - as authorities battle to stop his leaked emails from damaging the election.
Brigitte Trogneux met with her husband's fans at the entrance of their home in Le Touquet, northeastern France, the day before the country goes to the polls.
Nine gigabytes of data were posted by a user called EMLEAKS to Pastebin, an anonymous document-sharing site, four minutes before the legal prohibition on campaigning was put in place.
The election commission, which supervises the electoral process, warned media outlets not to publish the emails to ensure they do not influence the vote.
A commission statement said: 'On the eve of the most important election for our institutions, the commission calls on everyone present on internet sites and social networks, primarily the media, but also all citizens, to show responsibility and not to pass on this content, so as not to distort the sincerity of the ballot.
'The commission stresses that publication or republication of these data...could be a criminal offence.'
Mr Macron announced Russian hackers launched a 'massive and coordinated' bid to destabilise his campaign at 1.56 pm, just four minutes before a ban on media reports liable to affect the presidential race.
En Marche! said that several of its leaders had their emails hacked last week but the attackers bundled them with fake emails and delayed posting them for maximum effect.
Both candidates and French national media were not allowed by law from midnight last night to discuss the presidential campaign until after the electorate has voted.
Macron's campaign team says it put in place servers protected by sophisticated software filters, recommended the use of several encrypted messaging and cellphone networks, and required triple authentication to access emails.
It says it stored its information in multiple-partitioned cells, with databases separated like fortresses, accessible by passwords that were complex and regularly changed.
'In this kind of organisation the real potential faultline is the human element,' the head of computer services for En Marche!
Because security procedures can become long and cumbersome, some people can be tempted to get around them by using personal email services which are little or badly protected.
A report by a Japanese cyber-security company blamed the attack on Russian hacking group Pawn Storm, also known as Fancy Bears, Tsar Team and APT28.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/

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