"The investigation is ongoing and additional fees are possible," said Emily Langlie, communications director of the US Attorney's Office for the Western District of Washington, to CNN via email.
In the complaint is also referred to a Slack channel she posted there under the name "unpredictable". While the complaint partially edits the name of the channel, she cites it. The channel named netcrave was deleted early Tuesday afternoon, but CNN was able to display the posts from erratic hours earlier.
While the prosecution listed the channel only as "Net *****", CNN was able to confirm the full name of "netcrave" by comparing the quotation marks in the indictment with those of the in the netcrave channel templates.
In a conversation with Slack on June 27, erratic added a long list of compressed file names and their sizes. This indicates that these were caches of hacked files. Many were listed as dozens of gigabytes, indicating a huge mass of files.
Not all filenames in the list made it clear where they were supposedly hacked from, but some of them argued erratically in Slack. One of the files listed with 28 GB of data was "capitol one," erratic wrote later in the chat. Another website is listed as "ohio.gov dept of transportation". Erratic also mentioned British telecom company Vodafone, Californian IT company Infoblox, Ford and Michigan State University.
Erratic listed only slack channel file names, not files themselves.
All five of these organizations responded, saying that they were dealing with the matter, but no one said they were hacked.
"Infoblox continues to investigate the matter, but at this point there is no indication that Infoblox was involved in any way with the reported capital. A violation," said Infoblox spokeswoman Erica Coleman to CNN. "Besides, we have not been contacted by the FBI, but if contacted, we fully intend to work with law enforcement agencies."
"This has been communicated to us this morning and we have since contacted the FBI to work with them to determine if they have access to ODOT data systems," said Erica Hawkins, a spokeswoman for the Ohio State Department of Transport.
"We are investigating to determine if Ford's information is affected," Ford spokeswoman Monique Brentley told CNN.
"We take security very seriously," said Adam Liversage, spokesman for Vodafone. "Vodafone has no information related to Capital One's security breach."
"MSU receives hundreds of daily threats and attacks on our system," said Emily Guerrant, a Michigan state spokeswoman, in an email. "We are investigating and eliminating these issues on a daily basis, and it's hard to know if any of them recently was a suspected hacker in the Capital One situation, I reported slack channel posting, and our team is investigating but that was not the case either. " You do not have much to do.
A lawyer from Thompson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.