Device Pattern-of-Life for those who entered the U.S. Capital on January 6, 2021
We ran a Device Pattern-of-Life report to determine common devices among those who breached the U.S. Capital on January 6th and the Grand Hyatt Washington, 1000 H Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001. The Grand Hyatt Washington hosted numerous guests attending the protest rallies on the Washington Mall.
Here are some highlights:
33 common devices were discovered
The device(s) reported their location a total of 207,512 times during 30 day device history.
34 different Internet Service Providers
56% of the devices had no IP Address registered
750 devices were discovered within the U.S. Capital building
166 devices were discovered with the Grand Hyatt Washington
Foreign Internet Service Providers were detected inside the U.S. Capital including China, Singapore, Nigeria, Canada, Brazil and Australia.
Device Pattern-of-Life Analysis
Beginning on afternoon of January 4th, device identified as "JIG SOD FAN DOWN", (aka Jig) departed Oregon, flying through Denver International Airport, landing at Dulles International Airport before checking into their hotel in Georgetown. JIG visited the National Mall and Freedom Plaza before retiring back at their hotel.
Device JIG SOD FAN DOWN from Oregon to DC
On January 6th, JIG visited the Ellipse and walked around the Washington Monument before returning to the Ellipse. JIG left the Ellipse and walked to the U.S. Capital during the protests. JIG later went to the Grand Hyatt briefly before heading back to their hotel in Georgetown.
JIG SOD FAN DOWN appeared to have circumvented the perimeter of the U.S. Capital grounds during the protests. The JIG device operated from U.S. and "Unknown" based countries and was not attributable to an IP Address or Network. JIG didn't stay with or travel with anyone who also visited both the Grand Hyatt and the U.S. Capital.
Other Devices Involved
Here's a video of the cumulative devices converging upon Washington, D.C. for the protests.
33 Devices Common to Grand Hyatt and U.S. Capital on January 6, 2021 going to D.C.
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