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How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?

 
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How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
Especially as high-profile as he is.

He just gave the FBI his whole life in a gift-wrapped package.

Did he leave them a nice mint as well?

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Stone is not a rich man don't see what illegal stuff could be on it.

There's the theory out there that this is all on purpose to get certain anti-Cabal evidence in the public record.
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
If you have nothing to hide

and claim everything of yourself without hesitation

and confess yourself first if necessary

what do you have to fear?

Fcuk them.
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
Stone is not a rich man don't see what illegal stuff could be on it.

There's the theory out there that this is all on purpose to get certain anti-Cabal evidence in the public record.
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That, and he's an old guy. He may not know how to encrypt his devices.
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maybe because he has nothing to hide
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
While my devices are encrypted most of my posts are made from a .gov WAN.

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Encryption doesn't mean shit when it comes to high profile Analysis.

They'll get what they're looking for, even if it required sending the drives to Israel.
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While my devices are encrypted most of my posts are made from a .gov WAN.

'Most everything I have ever posted here is logged somewhere.

I'm not afraid; I own my words.
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maybe because he has nothing to hide
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Encryption doesn't mean shit when it comes to high profile Analysis.

They'll get what they're looking for, even if it required sending the drives to Israel.
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There is your answer OP.
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Stone is not a rich man don't see what illegal stuff could be on it.

There's the theory out there that this is all on purpose to get certain anti-Cabal evidence in the public record.
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Roger Stone has an estimated net worth of $25 million.

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Stone is not a rich man don't see what illegal stuff could be on it.

There's the theory out there that this is all on purpose to get certain anti-Cabal evidence in the public record.
 Quoting: Regal Beast


Doesn't matter.

Everyone has something to hide. Do you really want the FBI knowing every transaction you have ever made. All your account numbers and passwords?

If you haven't figured it out by now, there is some law on the books somewhere that can nail just about anyone, no matter how innocent.

For reference here is a law professor talking about why you should NEVER talk to the police, especially if you are innocent. Keeping them away from your personal data applies here as well.

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Because he's some old moran that made his money lobbying.
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
Encryption doesn't mean shit when it comes to high profile Analysis.

They'll get what they're looking for, even if it required sending the drives to Israel.
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So far, TrueCrypt hasn't been compromised. It is open sourced so anyone can analyze the code.

And even if it is eventually cracked, why just hand it to them on a silver platter? Make them earn their keep.

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I would have smashed every last hard drive and device with a hammer. Apparently it's ok to do that.
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Tranny pics?

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I would have smashed every last hard drive and device with a hammer. Apparently it's ok to do that.
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If you do it after the warrant is served, you could go to prison just for that.
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
Stone is not a rich man don't see what illegal stuff could be on it.

There's the theory out there that this is all on purpose to get certain anti-Cabal evidence in the public record.
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Are you kidding me?

He owns seven cars, and usually has a driver and domestic help in his employ. He buys $18,000 bespoke suits from Baijan 100% on rodeo drive.

He was Manafort’s partner for15 years.

Stone is loaded.
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Especially as high-profile as he is.

He just gave the FBI his whole life in a gift-wrapped package.

Did he leave them a nice mint as well?
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
Especially as high-profile as he is.

He just gave the FBI his whole life in a gift-wrapped package.

Did he leave them a nice mint as well?
 Quoting: Interferon


Probably because he has nothing to hide. That's the obvious answer.
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Most encryption has a back door built in to it.

If not, supercomputers can crack even the most complicated password within a few hours, or a couple of days at the most.

Or break the encryption itself.

If you have nothing to hide, you don't need encryption anyway.
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Especially as high-profile as he is.

He just gave the FBI his whole life in a gift-wrapped package.

Did he leave them a nice mint as well?
 Quoting: Interferon


Probably because he has nothing to hide. That's the obvious answer.
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See my post above about having 'nothing to hide'
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
Most encryption has a back door built in to it.

If not, supercomputers can crack even the most complicated password within a few hours, or a couple of days at the most.

Or break the encryption itself.

If you have nothing to hide, you don't need encryption anyway.
 Quoting: Desert Storm Paratrooper 71L


TrueCrypt has no back doors.

And no, supercomputers can't crack it if you have a secure enough password.

As far as 'not having anything to hide', see my above post.
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
Most encryption has a back door built in to it.

If not, supercomputers can crack even the most complicated password within a few hours, or a couple of days at the most.

Or break the encryption itself.

If you have nothing to hide, you don't need encryption anyway.
 Quoting: Desert Storm Paratrooper 71L


TrueCrypt has no back doors.

And no, supercomputers can't crack it if you have a secure enough password.

As far as 'not having anything to hide', see my above post.
 Quoting: Interferon

Actually the US Federal .Gov mandated many years ago that TrueCrypt could no longer be used as it was completely open.

Even it's developer acknowledges it is no longer secure. [link to truecrypt.sourceforge.net]

Before anti malware could detect Cryptolocker I routinely recovered the files it had 'hostaged' as part of my job.

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I would be surprised if roger is clean. He may actually be an idiot enough to think he is clean and have several small crimes worth one to two years combing for 50 years. Keep this mind if you have a traffic tixket and forget to pay it in five years that becomes a $20k fine and up to three years jail time
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That's why they bumrushed his place, so that they didn't have a chance to destroy evidence. Pretty standard procedure, if you think about it.
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Encryption algo doesn't matter when you hold the person who knows the passphrase.

Why do you think he had a bruised face and an arm in a sling?

Yup. They cracked his files with the good old rubberhose method. No nerds or supercomputers required.

That's why I don't bother with encryption anyway. I've got nothing to hide either.
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Re: How could Roger Stone be dumb enough to not encrypt his hard drives and devices?
Most encryption has a back door built in to it.

If not, supercomputers can crack even the most complicated password within a few hours, or a couple of days at the most.

Or break the encryption itself.

If you have nothing to hide, you don't need encryption anyway.
 Quoting: Desert Storm Paratrooper 71L


TrueCrypt has no back doors.

And no, supercomputers can't crack it if you have a secure enough password.

As far as 'not having anything to hide', see my above post.
 Quoting: Interferon


Truecrypt was compromised, that's why they stopped developing it . Version 6.2a is the last known "safe" version

Veracrypt replaced it
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Encryption algo doesn't matter when you hold the person who knows the passphrase.

Why do you think he had a bruised face and an arm in a sling?

Yup. They cracked his files with the good old rubberhose method. No nerds or supercomputers required.

That's why I don't bother with encryption anyway. I've got nothing to hide either.
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There's some guy somewhere in the US who has been held for over 4 years without a trial, for refusing to reveal a password
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Truth wins out in the end.

Stone is not a rich man don't see what illegal stuff could be on it.

There's the theory out there that this is all on purpose to get certain anti-Cabal evidence in the public record.
 Quoting: Regal Beast
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I hope that Mueller’s team has to look at all the pics Stone has on his computers of him and his wife swinging. Hopefully he sees people that he knows. Like mueller’s wife, or wives of his friends in gov..lol

Roger’s wife sexy as fuck for an older lady. I would totally swap wives with Roger. Would totally laugh my ass off seeing Richard Nixon looking back at me while he pumps one into my wife, while I pump one into his wife....

Nice that everyone is 420 friendly too....


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