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November 4, 2016

Suppose the administrator lives with someone less trustworthy, but who is pitied.

Therefore his presence is tolerated. This wretched creature observes the data being accessed but has no clue as to its import.
Nevertheless his sly nature leads him to suspect it is something important owing to the secrecy with which it is consulted. So he watches silently with his curiosity piqued until one day the removable media is left unguarded, perhaps only for a few minutes.
He copies its contents in that instant onto his own computer, still oblivious to its significance. Then he forgets about it, returning only to look at its hefty mass in megabytes before returning to his obsessions. But outside his little word great forces are on the move seeking something that he in his ignorance, has. They never think to look in his cave. There it lies, unremarked in his pocket until one day a stranger stumbles across it seeking something unrelated. Riddles in the Dark | PJ Media

Posted by gerardvanderleun at November 4, 2016 10:50 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Win 10 machines, as a default, if you sync a device ALL devices on the network are synced too, unless you have set them up to do otherwise in advance.

That is the whole point of syncing in the first place, to make ALL of your content available to ALL your devices ALL the time.

That is how Huma's klintin emails landed on her husbands machine. Weener is as technologically ignorant as his wife and never even knew those emails were transferred to his machine. When the FBI found the emails Weener was more surprised than anyone else.

The AutoCAD program I use everyday is like a very efficient employee - it does EXACTLY what I tell it to do without exception, so I have to be VERY careful of what I tell it to do. It doesn't make mistakes. "I" make the mistakes and AutoCAD remembers them.

Syncing is similar, so you have to be very careful in how you use it.

I didn't like syncing the first time my phone synced with my Win 10 notebook and I never did it again. Not too long after that my wife noticed pictures on her computer that she never seen before - from my phone. Her computer is Win 7 and we share the same router. No, there were no weener pix. lol

Posted by: ghostsniper at November 4, 2016 6:13 PM

Then the Weener computer could actually have ALL of Hillary's emails? The entire wad...how rich this can potentially get. Whether she wins the election or not, this is not over. But if Hillary wins then gets impeached or resigns, then we end up with that pussy Kain.

Posted by: Snakepit Kansas at November 5, 2016 5:40 AM

@snake, follow Denninger over at https://market-ticker.org/

He's on top of his game, and he knows what he's talking about.

Yes, I believe ALL of the emails are on that machine.

Keep in mind that Outlook stores emails on hard drives as *.dbx files, not *.eml files.

Further, Abedin already testified under oath earlier this year that she had surrendered to the FBI ALL devices, not knowing at the time the situation I described above.

I imagine as we move forward into the high-tech 21st century, where technology is everywhere and very few people can be bothered to learn it in depth, there will be many more incidents similar to this type of thing.

If your fridge is part of the "internet of things" your health care provider may up your monthly bill because of the amount of ice cream you purchased over the past 6 months.

I'm getting out of ALL of it, I don't find babysitting devices very much fun.

Posted by: ghostsniper at November 5, 2016 12:44 PM

Mmm. I smell popcorn, tonight. I was surprised that my entire Brahms collection was synced on all my devices a few days ago. Given that I'd thought they all went away when one of them died.

Posted by: Jewel at November 5, 2016 4:45 PM

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