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Your post triggered the memory of reading Dr. Brown's RV where he saw Mars 'people' travel to earth knowing that its atmosphere was being destroyed. In his RV he said he saw them, I think, down in Patagonia region, South America.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


DR Brown?
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Dr. Courtney Brown
[link to www.farsight.org]
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Oh thanks, I thought you were meaning Dan Brown and I was like isn't that some author of fiction! LMAO
I'll have to look into her work doesn't ring any bells...
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Well then yes, of course it's possible.
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


According to my partner...it is not.

He is quite learned of computers and their workings.


What would cause a closed and sleeping laptop suddenly come to life in the middle of the night?

[link to www.youtube.com]

hmm
 Quoting: Seer777


Depends on your computer settings and your network.
I personally know a hacker who can remotely access my computer at home and at work and has shown me before how easy it is for someone who knows what they're doing so I only know from my personal experience.

But then there's all the other electromagnetic phenomenon which is more likely the reason...pulses that come from appliances or other antenna in the area....GHOSTS...oooh spooky. Probably you in an obe state who knows.
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


yeah I think it's called Wake On Lan ? or something
that enables startup of a computer when it's connected to a LAN
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Did you see when I talked about my best friend here in Tennessee? He's an ex spec op and a mason. One night we were sitting around his backyard fire and he told me about a specific folder on my computer at my home office.

He said he was told by a 'friend' of his to tell me that, obviously so I knew they (whoever they are) are watching me. I had suspected it of course, but that was definite confirmation. Kind of spooky.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yeah, it's probably more a case of a lonely heart basement dweller with an obsession for the Septenary Man musk than it is from some super secret important government agency tracking supahewo guys online.

chuckle
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Your post triggered the memory of reading Dr. Brown's RV where he saw Mars 'people' travel to earth knowing that its atmosphere was being destroyed. In his RV he said he saw them, I think, down in Patagonia region, South America.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


DR Brown?
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Dr. Courtney Brown
[link to www.farsight.org]
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Oh thanks, I thought you were meaning Dan Brown and I was like isn't that some author of fiction! LMAO
I'll have to look into her work doesn't ring any bells...
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


It's a guy. chuckle
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yeah I think it's called Wake On Lan ? or something
that enables startup of a computer when it's connected to a LAN
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:upp: There's our HACKER!!

rofl

GET HIM!!
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03/18/2013 08:56 AM
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Did you see when I talked about my best friend here in Tennessee? He's an ex spec op and a mason. One night we were sitting around his backyard fire and he told me about a specific folder on my computer at my home office.

He said he was told by a 'friend' of his to tell me that, obviously so I knew they (whoever they are) are watching me. I had suspected it of course, but that was definite confirmation. Kind of spooky.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yeah, it's probably more a case of a lonely heart basement dweller with an obsession for the Septenary Man musk than it is from some super secret important government agency tracking supahewo guys online.

chuckle
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Well, my friend that told me said who told him works for a government, ...but, whatever.

coffee4
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Dr. Courtney Brown
[link to www.farsight.org]
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It's a guy. chuckle
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blink Poor dude...lol
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03/18/2013 08:58 AM
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nothing really to freak out about unless you have savings..if anything the gov is tracking financials..
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Probably right, I guess I'd have a different perspective if I were rollin' in dough. ;)
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03/18/2013 08:59 AM
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yeah I think it's called Wake On Lan ? or something
that enables startup of a computer when it's connected to a LAN
 Quoting: Michael_


:upp: There's our HACKER!!

rofl

GET HIM!!
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


banehim
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03/18/2013 09:00 AM
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LOL, now everyone's gettin' all freaked out.

teamseven:
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Did you see when I talked about my best friend here in Tennessee? He's an ex spec op and a mason. One night we were sitting around his backyard fire and he told me about a specific folder on my computer at my home office.

He said he was told by a 'friend' of his to tell me that, obviously so I knew they (whoever they are) are watching me. I had suspected it of course, but that was definite confirmation. Kind of spooky.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Yes I remember the story you told, I don't find it spooky, just more of an invasion of privacy without a good reason to do so. Gentlemen don't read others mail they say.

There are quite a few remote desktop tools that can access your computer which are on the open market let alone what security departments possess.

The most dangerous threat is hackers looking for banking info.


Sometimes in life you just get a 'duffer' of a laptop like a friday car, it will always have problems.
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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Did you see when I talked about my best friend here in Tennessee? He's an ex spec op and a mason. One night we were sitting around his backyard fire and he told me about a specific folder on my computer at my home office.

He said he was told by a 'friend' of his to tell me that, obviously so I knew they (whoever they are) are watching me. I had suspected it of course, but that was definite confirmation. Kind of spooky.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yeah, it's probably more a case of a lonely heart basement dweller with an obsession for the Septenary Man musk than it is from some super secret important government agency tracking supahewo guys online.

chuckle
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Well, my friend that told me said who told him works for a government, ...but, whatever.

coffee4
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Awwww...I hope I didn't crush your dream of being stalked by an ABC agency for your skillz. If it helps any he probably does work for the government, emptying bed pans at a VA hospital or something.

charlie
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Good morning everyone.

coffee4



I have a question. Many times over the months my laptop, while closed and I am sleeping will suddenly come to life and start playing music.

Granted the music playing is the last thing I went to bed listening to and the 'pause' button was not engaged, only the top is closed.

Last night it happened again at 4:39am in the morning. My partner said to me, "your laptop is hijacked".

I would like not to agree with him, so I am hoping someone here might be able to offer a reason why a closed and sleeping laptop would suddenly come to life on its own accord.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Is there a popup add from apps? The ipad does this in sleep mode.
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Did you see when I talked about my best friend here in Tennessee? He's an ex spec op and a mason. One night we were sitting around his backyard fire and he told me about a specific folder on my computer at my home office.

He said he was told by a 'friend' of his to tell me that, obviously so I knew they (whoever they are) are watching me. I had suspected it of course, but that was definite confirmation. Kind of spooky.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


yeah, it's probably more a case of a lonely heart basement dweller with an obsession for the Septenary Man musk than it is from some super secret important government agency tracking supahewo guys online.

chuckle
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


Well, my friend that told me said who told him works for a government, ...but, whatever.

coffee4
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Awwww...I hope I didn't crush your dream of being stalked by an ABC agency for your skillz. If it helps any he probably does work for the government, emptying bed pans at a VA hospital or something.

charlie
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


You mean I'm not special?

verysad
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seer777, without more details its hard to say but it sounds like your OS is old and probably a cluttered registry with some timing issues involved. could also be IR, WIFI, or BT interference related.

FWIW if its any M$ OS then its hijacked by default aswell as nearly all compatable programs for it.


if you havnt worried before, not much point now. to be secure and anonymous requires lots of study and even then its only temp at best.

GLP has some advanced Geeks though so if you want to start a thread with more details you will probably get lots of info.
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You mean I'm not special?

verysad
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:GLPpartyva:
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Dr. Courtney Brown
[link to www.farsight.org]
 Quoting: Septenary Man


It's a guy. chuckle
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blink Poor dude...lol
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


LOL...

Dr Brown developed SRV (Scientific remote viewing) and offers it free to the world via the Farsight Institute.
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
Seer777
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03/18/2013 09:07 AM

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Good morning everyone.

coffee4



I have a question. Many times over the months my laptop, while closed and I am sleeping will suddenly come to life and start playing music.

Granted the music playing is the last thing I went to bed listening to and the 'pause' button was not engaged, only the top is closed.

Last night it happened again at 4:39am in the morning. My partner said to me, "your laptop is hijacked".

I would like not to agree with him, so I am hoping someone here might be able to offer a reason why a closed and sleeping laptop would suddenly come to life on its own accord.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Is there a popup add from apps? The ipad does this in sleep mode.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Unbelievable...this will be the third time I have written this...



No, I have 'A D B L O C K Plus' installed.

Highly recommend if you don't want to watch commercials before your YouTube vids.

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Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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03/18/2013 09:11 AM
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Okay I have heard of him...I've seen some of his interviews before.
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03/18/2013 09:13 AM

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seer777, without more details its hard to say but it sounds like your OS is old and probably a cluttered registry with some timing issues involved. could also be IR, WIFI, or BT interference related.

FWIW if its any M$ OS then its hijacked by default aswell as nearly all compatable programs for it.


if you havnt worried before, not much point now. to be secure and anonymous requires lots of study and even then its only temp at best.

GLP has some advanced Geeks though so if you want to start a thread with more details you will probably get lots of info.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29203778


My computer recently blue-screened, although only 7 months old at the time.

So the OS has been recently installed anew.

I also run Spybot and AVG.
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
~Seneca
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03/18/2013 09:13 AM
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You mean I'm not special?

verysad
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:GLP-partyva:
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EvaVacation
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03/18/2013 09:14 AM
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Sounds more then like it's an energy issue and less a hack issue.
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You mean I'm not special?

verysad
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:GLP-partyva:
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:EvaVacation:
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:boatfriends:
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seer777, without more details its hard to say but it sounds like your OS is old and probably a cluttered registry with some timing issues involved. could also be IR, WIFI, or BT interference related.

FWIW if its any M$ OS then its hijacked by default aswell as nearly all compatable programs for it.


if you havnt worried before, not much point now. to be secure and anonymous requires lots of study and even then its only temp at best.

GLP has some advanced Geeks though so if you want to start a thread with more details you will probably get lots of info.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29203778


My computer recently blue-screened, although only 7 months old at the time.

So the OS has been recently installed anew.

I also run Spybot and AVG.
 Quoting: Seer777


Is this about it waking up in the night?

....

If so, perhaps the IP thingy timed out

And it was pinged with a new address... 1dunno1

My apologies if that's been said already... I am a bit dumber than usual today.
Seer777
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03/18/2013 09:17 AM

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Sounds more then like it's an energy issue and less a hack issue.
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


I suppose it could be.

However, it was not plugged in.

hmm
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:boatfriends:
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I laugh at your boat

MeteorSmile
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Is this about it waking up in the night?

....

If so, perhaps the IP thingy timed out

And it was pinged with a new address... 1dunno1

My apologies if that's been said already... I am a bit dumber than usual today.
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Would have that changed my 'ID' numbers in that case? As they are the same from last night.
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Okay I have heard of him...I've seen some of his interviews before.
 Quoting: ArunaLuna


I did the course years and years ago, what is interesting in hindsight was that the twin towers were one of the first practice targets, and this was years before they were hit.

I thought I was 'off target' probably like so many others after initial feedback.

Apparently through RV it was well known within certain circles there would be an incident at the towers but nobody knew when it would be.
“I’m sleeping, but my heart is keeping watch”. The Song of Songs.
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I laugh at your boat
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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Good morning everyone.

coffee4



I have a question. Many times over the months my laptop, while closed and I am sleeping will suddenly come to life and start playing music.

Granted the music playing is the last thing I went to bed listening to and the 'pause' button was not engaged, only the top is closed.

Last night it happened again at 4:39am in the morning. My partner said to me, "your laptop is hijacked".

I would like not to agree with him, so I am hoping someone here might be able to offer a reason why a closed and sleeping laptop would suddenly come to life on its own accord.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Is there a popup add from apps? The ipad does this in sleep mode.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32430667


Unbelievable...this will be the third time I have written this...



No, I have 'A D B L O C K Plus' installed.

Highly recommend if you don't want to watch commercials before your YouTube vids.

thumbs
 Quoting: Seer777


I don't think I have that one. Thanks!
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