A famous hacker magazine 2600 is offering a $10,000 bounty to anyone that provides them “first access” to Donald Trump’s taxation statements. The magazine declared the bounty in a tweet posted shortly after the conclusion of the first debate in between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump (Presidential).
The magazine’s twitter update also indicated that possible participants could use PGP encryption to send documents and that the source’s identity would be guarded. The magazine also published another tweet claiming that Trump’s comments about an overweight hacker, during a heated moment in this debate, and then magazine’s decision to offer the bounty for tax return.
“This is a guy that has not released his taxation statements, despite every presidential prospect having done that in the last however many decades, and in some way that’s just being hidden under the rug ” said the editor of 2600. “Guccifer 3. zero, if you’re out there, this is what we need: We need someone to get in and get these returns,” he added.