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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    This is mind-boggling.

    The State Department needs to seize her computer immediately...heck, they should have done that the moment they became aware that she kept State Department information on it.
    The Press should have someone outside Bilbo's office in Harlem sitting there all day and night. Keep watch so she don't try to move it again. Then they should go and show up wherever Hillary is. To ask her that question.....Where is the Server now Ms. Clinton. Right now this very moment. You have some explaining to do, again.

    And no.....no one is just going to take your word for it, any longer.

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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by Mycroft View Post
    This is mind-boggling.

    The State Department needs to seize her computer immediately...heck, they should have done that the moment they became aware that she kept State Department information on it.
    One can envision a number of slogans and placard demands by an "Occupy Hillary's Hideout" movement...

    "Hey Hey Hey, how many emails will you hide today"....

    "Seize the Server".

    "Missing Data Wanted, Reward for Return, No questions asked"

    "Fess up Hillary, where did you hide it?"

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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses | Fox News


    There's a second reason beyond accountability for why this was wrong, SECURITY.
    This may sound facetious, but why can't the NSA probe its bazzillions of email records, using the Hillary email address as the search key, and voila, problem solved - all records are suddenly available.
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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadaJohn View Post
    This may sound facetious, but why can't the NSA probe its bazzillions of email records, using the Hillary email address as the search key, and voila, problem solved - all records are suddenly available.
    Heya CJ. Either that or work a deal with Snowden. He is bound to have a couple.

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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    The Press should have someone outside Bilbo's office in Harlem sitting there all day and night. Keep watch so she don't try to move it again.
    It could be moved via the interwebz.
    I may be wrong.

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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by Simon W. Moon View Post
    It could be moved via the interwebz.
    Could someone catch the hop if they did that? Also wouldn't that be even more suspicious?

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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    Could someone catch the hop if they did that? Also wouldn't that be even more suspicious?
    in order for the server to function, dns records need to be updated if the ip address of the server changes or else mail won't reach its intended recipient

    it's not at all unusual for servers to be backed up to remote locations
    once there the data can be used to re-create a server, effectively moving the server if you should desire
    Last edited by Simon W. Moon; 03-14-15 at 08:28 PM.
    I may be wrong.

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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    Bull****, because her official emails are probably still on there. Stop making excuses, you don't have a leg to stand on and you know it. I'm surprised at you.
    What? Who knew that .gov server could be security deficient?

    State Department Toughens Up Computer Network Against Cyber Threats : PERSONAL TECH : Tech Times
    The latest Federal Information Security Management report reveals the State Department has one of the lowest cybersecurity assessment scores among all federal agencies, sharing the dishonor with the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.



    It's not a foregone conclusion that Clinton's security was worse.

    ymmv
    I may be wrong.

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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by Simon W. Moon View Post
    What? Who knew that .gov server could be security deficient?

    State Department Toughens Up Computer Network Against Cyber Threats : PERSONAL TECH : Tech Times
    The latest Federal Information Security Management report reveals the State Department has one of the lowest cybersecurity assessment scores among all federal agencies, sharing the dishonor with the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.



    It's not a foregone conclusion that Clinton's security was worse.

    ymmv
    It's also quite irrelevant, because policy dictated that she should have done. All govt employees are support to use govt systems.
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    Re: Hackers, probing Clinton server, cite security lapses

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    It's also quite irrelevant, because policy dictated that she should have done. All govt employees are support to use govt systems.
    So we're off the argument that her server was necessarily less secure?

    We're back to talking about what the rules at the tim were?
    I may be wrong.

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