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  • #91
    Originally posted by Taco John View Post

    For the record, that explanation is absolute nonsense. There should be no reason whatsoever that the FBI didn't secure those servers, especially given the national security implications. Having those servers secured is a huge chain of custody issue, and the idea that anyone can rationalize that it's okay that they didn't secure them - that's a political rationalization, not a legal one. It is in no way reasonable - and the proof is in the pudding. The whole episode makes Comey and the FBI look dirty, and with their finger on the scale for Hillary.

    Mueller is going to be deep fried over it.
    So you can not secure virtual servers or network, you take an image of that network, runs tools against it, look at the sysadm log files for the firewalls. You only secure a hard-drive for legal purpose with individual machines/HD.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by elsid13 View Post

      So you can not secure virtual servers or network, you take an image of that network, runs tools against it, look at the sysadm log files for the firewalls. You only secure a hard-drive for legal purpose with individual machines/HD.
      Not sure this makes sense.

      You can steal data from a virtualized machine without the virtualized machine or its image even being aware of it. It's impossible to know the whole story without evaluating the hypervisor and hardware directly. Assuming, of course, there are any traces left to find.

      Images can tell you a lot, but can not capture everything.

      But the bigger issue is yet another case where we're being told to trust a motivated party contractor as if they were law enforcement.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by BroncoBeavis View Post

        Not sure this makes sense.

        You can steal data from a virtualized machine without the virtualized machine or its image even being aware of it. It's impossible to know the whole story without evaluating the hypervisor and hardware directly. Assuming, of course, there are any traces left to find.

        Images can tell you a lot, but can not capture everything.

        But the bigger issue is yet another case where we're being told to trust a motivated party contractor as if they were law enforcement.
        Beavis FINALLY gets it!

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Fear the Hawk View Post
          As for the DNC servers, here's a good read for ya.

          Trump's Stupid ‘Where Is the DNC Server?’ Conspiracy Theory, Explained

          Trump refuses to believe all the evidence that Russia hacked the DNC, because he understands nothing about how digital forensics works.



          https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/z...hack-explained
          L0L.

          You mean Taco Warlord, Beaver, et al, have been serving up nothingburgers again?

          Color me shocked!

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          • #95
            Federal appeals court revives Seth Rich's family's lawsuit against Fox News

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            A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that the family of slain Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer Seth Rich can sue Fox News over its coverage of conspiracy theories regarding his death, reversing a lower court decision.

            The court ruled that Joel and Mary Rich can sue the network for emotional distress and other harm, according to a court order published in full by USA Today.

            "The Riches’ complaint plausibly alleges enough facts to state a claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress — for extreme and outrageous conduct," the court order said.

            Rich's parents contend in their suit that Fox News promoted dangerous conspiracy theories that implied that their son, who was killed in 2016 in what Washington, D.C., police called a botched robbery, gave internal DNC emails to WikiLeaks during the presidential race. In particular, they point to a now-retracted article that said without evidence that Rich was responsible for the leak.

            Network contributors and at least one host, Sean Hannity, continued to promote the story after Fox retracted the article.





            https://thehill.com/homenews/media/4...S9JcBi7O-QRV_Q

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            • #96
              Originally posted by Taco John View Post
              Seth Rich is a patriot who died for leaking the Podesta emails to Wikileaks.
              You're tryn'a be funny, right?

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              • #97
                Originally posted by BroncoBuff View Post

                You're tryn'a be funny, right?
                Sadly he’s not trying to be funny. He actually believes that ****.

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                • #98
                  w o w

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