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3 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Do you have any evidence that they bought all new gear?

 

The Maricopa board said so. 

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9 minutes ago, 0R0 said:

The Maricopa board said so. 

Hearsay. You need to provide a link for it to be admissible.

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3 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Firewall and router are likely the same devices and at a bare minimum they are likely to have a large number of port mappings for various servers and services that are routable. This is normal.

Do you have any evidence that they bought all new gear?

What they fear from the incompetent auditors is that the information will be leaked or hacked.

They didn't show at the hearing because this whole thing is a clown show.

The passwords are for Dominion intellectual property which has been explained at length. The previous audits worked with Dominion employees to access that part of the system.

Regarding the video - The MFT file issue and his claim that the files were deleted is refuted by the County response I posted above p176. But of course you didn't bother reading it because it was long and complex, sorry they didn't provide a meme version for you. Watch out for that egg...

 

Watch. The. Whole. Video.  Therein you'll discover everything I said is correct. They even quoted the county claiming giving the routers out would compromise social security numbers. That's both absurd and patently false, they're just counting on low information rubes like you to swallow it whole, no grain of salt needed. Passwords are not intellectual property, where did you flunk law school again? I read the BS response, but don't trust morons who think routers contain the data they routed. They also lied about how SQL servers work, which I've already pointed out. Again they assume idiots are reading their tripe. They're hiding for a reason and their competent lawyers have advised them to keep hiding. 

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17 hours ago, 0R0 said:

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/05/maricopa-county-audit-team-admit-files-deleted-able-recover-files-video/?utm_source=Gab&utm_campaign=websitesharingbuttons

There is some discussion elsewhere of the files having been in a different directory and the BofS did not tell anyone where that would be, just went on and on about the metadata and the SQL file records modified with the date of shut down etc. as you quoted. The BofS still did not include a location of the file in their replies, perhaps because that would indicate that they did have something to do with the international digital election fraud. It is in their interest at this point to keep the control entirely on the Dominion  Still not clear if that was what they found, or that they reconstructed it from the disk, or both. Cyber Ninjas imply reconstruction. 

No, most likely what happened is that some people (maybe even some of the audit ninjas, but definitely the AZ senate) do not know how RAID storage bookkeeping works especially relative to interactions with filesystem metadata (data that describes data) and applications such as the underlying database (MSSQL in question here).

 

Just to step back a bit and look at what the EMS system is:

From the Texas secretary of state's audit of the Dominion machines in Jan 2019, which was to validate whether these machines met Texas election code:

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The voting devices and EMS logs contain the necessary information to aid in auditing the election activity. Database and the log files are encrypted which helps to prevent unauthorized, unlogged editing. An attempt to access a log from a file explorer and text editor was unsuccessful.

The EMS server utilizes a raid 10 self-encrypting disk array. The server is also hardened, including preventing networking, except for a LAN. The EMS database is Microsoft’s SQL server. MS-Access ODBC is used for the client-server connectivity.

The central count LAN utilizes non-routable IP addresses. Regardless, the central-count LAN should not be connected to the internet.

 

https://www.sos.texas.gov/elections/forms/sysexam/jan2019-watson.PDF

 

So it sounds like the EMS server has a local disk array (in a network attached storage, or NAS). Instead of looking at filesystem metadata (which may be odd in practice because of typical RAID and database configurations), usually what's logged (at multiple layers for information assurance) is cryptographically secure hash codes (see: https://www.ndi.org/e-voting-guide/examples/cryptography-in-e-voting). If there is tampering of the data, it would change the logged hashes. A forensics company would typically look at that. It's a type of digital watermarking such that if anything is tampered with later, the original and current hash codes would not match.

 

The audit team received a 10 terabyte dump of the storage data from the county. What it sounds like to me (making an analogy to something tangible) is that they received a book with a lot of pages (the data dump), but the table of contents or index (aka the file system metadata) had some incorrect references depending on what tool you used to read it. However, the information that they are looking for is still in the book, and also there is also the (equivalent) of watermarking to make sure that the underlying data was not tampered with.

Like I said earlier, most likely a red herring, but most definitely irresponsible to leak this to social media. 

https://www.azmirror.com/2021/05/18/audit-official-says-he-recovered-files-undercutting-claim-county-officials-deleted-them/

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But Ben Cotton, founder of CyFir, a firm involved in the process, said Tuesday that he has the files.

"All of this may be a moot point because subsequently, I have been able to recover all of those deleted files and I have access to that data," Cotton told Fann and Petersen.

The county uses a multi-layered storage system to store its data. Cotton said the county didn't provide an explanation of how that system was structured, making it hard for the auditors to know what settings and configurations to use to make a copy of the county's databases, and to search the databases.

After making the copy, the Senate's contractors saw the missing directory and assumed that it was deleted. It appears the contractors might have just looked in the wrong place.

On Monday, the county provided the auditors an explanation of their system in their response to Fann's letter.

Cotton didn't say whether the county's explanation had helped.

The speakers also used the meeting to rebut some of the criticisms of the audit, such as reports that security was so lax a reporter was able to freely wander the coliseum unimpeded on numerous occasions the first week the Senate took over the facility.

Ken Bennett, the former secretary of state acting as the senate’s liaison, said security was tightened and “you don’t get close to the building unless your name is on a list of needing to be there for the right reasons.”

Fann: Doubts about intentional wrongdoing in election

And after a back-and-forth with the county, Fann also sought to lower the volume of the debate around an undertaking that has captured international headlines and dominated much of the legislative session in the Senate.

Fann argued the effort was not an attempt to overturn the results of the presidential election but merely meant to improve the election process. And she suggested that Arizona's audit might serve as a model for other states interested in launching similar undertakings.

“I have said from the get go I am relatively sure weren’t going to find anything of any magnitude that would imply that any intentional wrongdoing was going on. I believe that we were going to find what we’ve known all along and some of the things is we could do a better job,” she said.

Showing that they could also throw barbs on social media, the county’s official Twitter account quickly chimed in with what would prove one of numerous “fact checks” it published in real time during the hearing.

In that instance, the county noted Fann and then-Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Eddie Farnsworth initially sought election data ahead of Jan. 6, when Congress would tally electoral college votes.

But by holding a meeting rather than a formal hearing of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Fann and Petersen were able to keep out Democrats who might have asked very different questions, such as what private donors are anonymously funding the audit.

The Senate has fought the county for months to obtain all the ballots cast by Maricopa County voters in the last general election. And the Senate’s letter last week not only reignited tensions between the two entities but also underscored mounting concerns about whether the firms the Senate has hired for the unprecedented process are even capable of the job.

Democrats kept out of meeting

Senate Minority Leader Rebecca Rios, D-Phoenix, said she tried to attend the meeting with some lawmakers but that Fann told her the meeting was closed.

“What kind of hearing is that?” Rios said later.

Neither the press nor the public were allowed to attend either, under the Senate’s ongoing health precautions.

 

 

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14 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Firewall and router are likely the same devices and at a bare minimum they are likely to have a large number of port mappings for various servers and services that are routable. This is normal.

 

Don't bother trying to explain that to him, I tried.  The concept that a computer can be networked without access to the internet is beyond him.

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In my opinion, the bigger issue structurally with the entire voting machine industry (e.g, why there is so few players) is really a matter of economics. 

https://semiengineering.com/how-secure-are-electronic-voting-machines/

That being said, 2020 still looks like it may have been the most successful election in a long time from a participatory point of view.  

Why does it not appear to be the case for some? Well, I think the way the people consume and spread information has changed.

It's very dangerous for the fabric of society when unreliable information that used to be gossip or rumors is taken for fact. 

Democracy requires robust debate, but separating out what is objective and subjective are important.

I think social media algorithms amplify hyperpolarization due to this aspect of humanity:

https://www.simplypsychology.org/confirmation-bias.html

 

This is happening everywhere, not just the US.

 

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11 hours ago, Ward Smith said:

Therein you'll discover everything I said is correct.

Yet nobody listens to you... almost like nobody gives a crap what you think.  Well... thoughts of others you re-post as your own.

Powerless loser who does nothing but cry about how oppressed and unfair things are.  Sound like a child who thinks life should be fair...

Life isn't fair, sorry your daddy didn't teach you that.  

 

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32 minutes ago, -trance said:

Yet nobody listens to you... almost like nobody gives a crap what you think.  Well... thoughts of others you re-post as your own.

Powerless loser who does nothing but cry about how oppressed and unfair things are.  Sound like a child who thinks life should be fair...

Life isn't fair, sorry your daddy didn't teach you that.  

 

 

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17 hours ago, Ward Smith said:

There's passwords for the boxes, but there's different passwords for the databases. Their "crack team" flat out lied about the SQL zero byte artifact. It doesn't work that way. I could go on. Watch the video yourself, don't just take MSM word for everything. 

 

I watched the Cotton guy. When did he talk about the "SQL zero byte artifact". 

It's not unusual for last modified times for things like database files on journaled filesystems to be not quite what you expect.

See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/sysinfo/file-times

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Time stamps are updated at various times and for various reasons. The only guarantee about a file time stamp is that the file time is correctly reflected when the handle that makes the change is closed.

What's "various" mean in this context? Well, generally, when a database is "gracefully" shutdown, various things (internal to the database) are finalized and then flushed to disk. This is kind of at the interplay of database software and journaling file systems (like NTFS). 

I have no experience with MSSQL, but in general all databases and file systems behave like this.

 

See also:

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/b7db6744-cd7b-42b5-a84e-5e511a5e8e59/mdf-amp-ldf-files-last-modified-date-not-increasing-as-expected

 

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This is correct behaviour.  The modified dates change when SQL Server closes the files (SQL Server shut down or the database is detached), or when the file is grown (either automatically or manually).  All other times, SQL Server essentially bypasses the file system when performing the writes, and so the modified dates aren't updated.

 

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Yes, I'm still lurking.  Glad to see the discussion continues, because it merits continuation by all means.

The following is a very good piece on the so-called "Investigation into the Jan. 6 Events" (it even sounds like a CCP slogan, doesn't it?) and I believe it is spot on.

Democrats, Not Trump Supporters, Are the True Jan. 6 Insurrectionists

(Article in Full)

UPDATE:  Since I wrote this article, an astonishing 35 House Republicans broke with Leader Kevin McCarthy and voted for the 9/11-style commission to investigate the events of Jan. 6—this even though the bill did not include or even so much as reference the ongoing violence of Antifa and Black Lives Matter that has dwarfed anything that happened at the Capitol that day.  The hypocrisy of this vote stinks of Banana Republic politics.  A list of the Republicans who voted for this monstrosity is at this link.  They all deserve a rhino-plasty—that’s my new catch phrase for being primaried and kicked out of Republican politics. (They can keep their noses, just not their seats in Congress.)

If you were to stage an insurrection on the Untied States government, would you, (a.) simultaneously attack the power grid at multiple points, turning out the lights across the country or (b.) dress up like a horned Star Wars character at a comic book convention and enter the Capitol building—unarmed—as if it were Halloween?

You don’t have to be an experienced insurrectionist like the late Muammar Gaddafi—who was armed to the teeth during his, needless to say—to know the answer.

If you replied (b.) you are either a moron, a liar, or a Democrat—or some combination of the three.

What occurred in Washington on Jan. 6 was about as far from an insurrection as I am from being a spaceman living on Mars.

Were those people stupid? Sure.

Were they juvenile? Rather.

But were they insurrectionists? You’ve got to be kidding.

And that’s leaving out the obvious detail. that the only person who got killed in this so-called insurrection was a Trump supporter shot by a Capitol policeman—we still don’t know who. Then there are the videos that show other Capitol police waving the demonstrators—including that “dangerous” Chewbacca guy—into the building as if it were a national holiday and they were rubbernecking tourists from Kansas.

In fact, these people were the true patriots, trying, in their clumsy way, to get their country back—or what they thought was their country.

The real insurrectionists are the people accusing them of insurrection. They, the accusers who are demanding a “commission” be formed to study this non-existent insurrection, are the ones taking over our country and imposing their will on the people.

And they’re doing this after an election that has never had its fairness investigated and about which no one can say—other than pronouncing an opinion as fact—who was victorious.

They have, as the courts would say, no standing.

So calling these demonstrators insurrectionists is projection taken to the nth power by our contemporary “liberals” and “progressives”—terms wrapped in scare quotes in this instance to prevent the continued desecration of the English language.

Speaking of the deliberate misuse of our language, these same modern liberals are people who likely grew up praising George Orwell’s prescience in “1984” and “Animal Farm,” but are now unaware that they have become true avatars of the former’s “Ministry of Truth,” all the while happily enacting roles in the latter.

They’re the new fascists “sans le savoir” and are busy giving quarter to their brother and sister totalitarians around the world while claiming the greatest danger to our country comes from the people they call “white extremists,” such as the misbegotten guy with the horns or the other “must-be-worse-than-a-serial-killer” goofball who had the temerity to put his feet up on Nancy Pelosi’s desk.

Never mind the genuinely violent maniacs running around Portland and Seattle, damaging as much as they can of persons and property for over a year and making those once-beautiful cities virtually unlivable. No one pays attention to them—especially Democrats. No one locks them up without bail for months.

In actuality, said maniacs; the Jan. 6 accusers; the Biden administration, whoever runs it; and their ever-so-willing cohorts in what we formerly might have called the Department of Justice are doing many things far worse for our country than those hapless clowns who entered the Capitol could have even conceived.

Now the administration—the same progressive thinkers who killed the Keystone pipeline from Canada minutes after inauguration, throwing tons of people out of work, dissing our Northern neighbor, and helping cause our recent gas shortages—announced they are lifting the sanctions on Russia’s controversial gas pipeline to Europe. This is a form of treason compounding utter stupidity.

Of course, these are the same repellent, tedious ideologues, such as Reps. Schiff and Nadler, who were nattering on endlessly—more accurately lying endlessly, as it turned out—about Trump’s supposed collusion with that same Russian government.

But there’s no sense rehashing that, because it’s already clear no one important will be prosecuted for this incredibly undemocratic crime against our nation and its people—government spying on a presidential campaign and then on the president, all based on fraudulent, forged documents out of Russian intelligence—the kind of thing Stalin’s NKVD would do, only our FBI is led by dreary, self-interested bureaucrats nowhere near as interesting or clever as Comrade Beria.

The Department of Justice and the FBI are bad enough, but things have gotten far worse. These same people are gutting our military in the pursuit of these “extremists,” opening the door wide for the renewed Axis of Evil—China, Russia, and Iran.

Xi Jinping—easily the most powerful man in the world at this point, with expansionist goals across the globe and out into space—must be laughing as the U.S. military continues its slide into “wokeness” in a most astonishingly self-destructive manner, as if the real problem for the United States was internal, not Communist China.

From Revolver: “On February 3, 2021, in the wake of the ‘deadly events’ of 1/6, Biden’s new Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin ordered a 60-day stand-down and total purge of the U.S. military’s rampant, undefined ‘extremism’ problem. Though the details of this purge were always kept vague and framed in apolitical terms, it was immediately obvious the target would be MAGA — with the buzzword ‘extremism’ tagged onto various proxies for Trump supporters, conservatives, and opponents of globalism of all stripes.”

The man in charge of this “extra-governmental”—to avoid First Amendment conflicts—jihad is Bishop Garrison, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Defense for Diversity and Inclusion, no less. Oh, mighty Orwell, where are you now?

So what exactly is a “white extremist,” this seditious prey they’re hunting? Someone should ask our attorney general to define what he meant when he said they were the greatest present threat to our country. But I’m sure no one will.

If you think I’m hard on the Democratic Party, well, I am. I can’t stand them. And I was once a Democrat.

Unfortunately, today’s Republican Party isn’t much better, as Tal Bachman tells us succinctly on American Greatness in his article “The Republican Party Sucks”.

With the exceptions of Sens. Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz, none of them stood up for the Constitution and electoral fairness on Jan. 6.

And now these same cowards have to oppose the calls for this phony “commission.” It’s up to us to put as much pressure as possible to make sure they do.

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8 minutes ago, surrept33 said:

I watched the Cotton guy. When did he talk about the "SQL zero byte artifact". 

It's not unusual for last modified times for things like database files on journaled filesystems to be not quite what you expect.

See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/sysinfo/file-times

What's "various" mean in this context? Well, generally, when a database is "gracefully" shutdown, various things are finalized and then flushed to disk. This is kind of at the interplay of database software and journaling file systems (like NTFS). 

I have no experience with MSSQL, but in general all databases and file systems behave like this.

 

See also:

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/b7db6744-cd7b-42b5-a84e-5e511a5e8e59/mdf-amp-ldf-files-last-modified-date-not-increasing-as-expected

 

 

Perhaps a new career would be in order...look at your post...I do recall admin privileges are required to access a hard drive...Now you should know that. Or do you read in chinese?

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14 hours ago, turbguy said:

So the judge was right.

Frankly this means a bunch of country bumpkins are attempting to cover their tracks,if what is being reported is factually correct either the fed will attempt to shut this done now, or people will go to jail. What lies in AZ?

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31 minutes ago, Dan Warnick said:

In fact, these people were the true patriots, trying, in their clumsy way, to get their country back—or what they thought was their country.

The real insurrectionists are the people accusing them of insurrection. They, the accusers who are demanding a “commission” be formed to study this non-existent insurrection, are the ones taking over our country and imposing their will on the people.

And they’re doing this after an election that has never had its fairness investigated and about which no one can say—other than pronouncing an opinion as fact—who was victorious.

They have, as the courts would say, no standing.

So calling these demonstrators insurrectionists is projection taken to the nth power by our contemporary “liberals” and “progressives”—terms wrapped in scare quotes in this instance to prevent the continued desecration of the English language.

Speaking of the deliberate misuse of our language, these same modern liberals are people who likely grew up praising George Orwell’s prescience in “1984” and “Animal Farm,” but are now unaware that they have become true avatars of the former’s “Ministry of Truth,” all the while happily enacting roles in the latter.

 

Getting the country "back" from who? Them? From a record number of Americans?

How do you get "back" the country? Try to win minds and change opinion and win the next election. Personally what the greatest retardant (for me, anyways) is compulsive lying.

This dude seems to be a reactionary.  Attacking language change? Jeez.

I'd say changes to language largely got democratized:

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2018/06/the-futility-of-standing-athwart-language-yelling-stop/563612/

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3 hours ago, -trance said:

Don't bother trying to explain that to him, I tried.  The concept that a computer can be networked without access to the internet is beyond him.

Actually you do bring up quite a unremarkable commentary...yet quite profound. If indeed these voting terminals were networked into one centralized network or hub then only the hub would need a net connection in essence this voting system was indeed hooked to the net via networking.. Now that is interesting is it not? Perhaps taken a bit farther there would be no need for the Maricopa election board to have a password to any individual machine/OS. All the terminals could be actually would be slaves to one data terminal. Also meaning just one central hub could wipe any hardrive in the system or delete any file from the software subdirectory's..

Now that would be a key reason to with hold this mystery router, the data stream would divulge its centralized location and all incoming data streams. In essence the door would have been wide open to anyone.

http://www.hiscall.com/products/data-networking/#:~:text=Data Networking is the collection,future needs of the customers.&text=Servers%2C routers%2C switches%2C wireless,communication requirements of an organization.

 

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2 hours ago, surrept33 said:

 

Getting the country "back" from who? Them? From a record number of Americans?

How do you get "back" the country? Try to win minds and change opinion and win the next election. Personally what the greatest retardant (for me, anyways) is compulsive lying.

This dude seems to be a reactionary.  Attacking language change? Jeez.

I'd say changes to language largely got democratized:

https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2018/06/the-futility-of-standing-athwart-language-yelling-stop/563612/

Since you can't seem to understand what's being said, here are some examples:

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea: isn't actually a democratic people's republic. 

Antifascist Action: isn't just standing against fascism (even though they act exactly like the thing they're supposedly against); they're the paramilitary wing of Communist regimes.

Progressives: idealistic anti-western democracy racists who are laughably uneducated in history and economics. 

This isn't hard to figure out. The contemporary vernacular of pernicious leftist marxists has retarded the English language to the point that ordinary intelligent people can be easily bamboozled in to thinking that leftist labels are innocent and essentially what the label should mean. They're not. 

Example: White extremist insurrectionists = multi-racial patriotic Americans that are big supporters of constitutional rights and freedoms. 

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11 minutes ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

Since you can't seem to understand what's being said, here are some examples:

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea: isn't actually a democratic people's republic. 

Antifascist Action: isn't just standing against fascism (even though they act exactly like the thing they're supposedly against); they're the paramilitary wing of Communist regimes.

Progressives: idealistic anti-western democracy racists who are laughably uneducated in history and economics. 

This isn't hard to figure out. The contemporary vernacular of pernicious leftist marxists has retarded the English language to the point that ordinary intelligent people can be easily bamboozled in to thinking that leftist labels are innocent and essentially what the label should mean. They're not. 

Example: White extremist insurrectionists = multi-racial patriotic Americans that are big supporters of constitutional rights and freedoms. 

The Lost History of Antifa

The origins of the word “antifa” — shorthand for decentralized, militant street activism associated with its own aesthetic and subculture — might be murky to most readers. Even in Germany, few know much about the popular forms of antifascist resistance that coined the term.

The movement’s short but inspiring political legacy proved too uncomfortable for both Cold War-era German states, and was ignored in schools and mainstream history. Today its legacy is almost entirely lost to the Left.

https://www.jacobinmag.com/2017/05/antifascist-movements-hitler-nazis-kpd-spd-germany-cold-war

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3 hours ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Actually you do bring up quite a unremarkable commentary...yet quite profound. If indeed these voting terminals were networked into one centralized network or hub then only the hub would need a net connection in essence this voting system was indeed hooked to the net via networking.. Now that is interesting is it not?

 

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You are partially correct.

It would in theory only need one connection to make them all be able to access the internet - the possibility doesn't mean it happened.

At my lab we had security in place where the scientific instruments could access a remote file share, local printers, but nothing else. Controlling ports and permissions is not rocket science.

 

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50 minutes ago, -trance said:

You are partially correct.

It would in theory only need one connection to make them all be able to access the internet - the possibility doesn't mean it happened.

At my lab we had security in place where the scientific instruments could access a remote file share, local printers, but nothing else. Controlling ports and permissions is not rocket science.

 

Partially correct? In your terms. Dude the windows kernel has been hacked.

Based off statements made this file was deleted and then just pops up out of nowhere in another directory?...Just who had admin Privileges to delete a file? It is apparent Maricopa county does not a a clue as to what they are openly admitting. Yet at the same time Maricopa county did not have admin passwords? How could they delete a file? Yet someone did....Opps and a PRIMARY SERVER!

The router being discussed will never see the light of day. And if it does by some miracle..what lies in AZ?

 

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I gotta admit, an audit that "reports" irregularities to the public prior to completion of the audit appears to have an agenda to stoke the hopes of those demanding the outcome be altered.

Then to issue a retraction of that public "report"...hmmm.

Hey, he only needs, what, 10,000 votes? With that thin a margin, no wonder AZ got caught up in this mess.

That said, it's over.

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6 minutes ago, turbguy said:

I gotta admit, an audit that "reports" irregularities to the public prior to completion of the audit appears to have an agenda to stoke the hopes of those demanding the outcome be altered.

Then to issue a retraction of that public "report"...hmmm.

Hey, he only needs, what, 10,000 votes? With that thin a margin, no wonder AZ got caught up in this mess.

That said, it's over.

Not at all....a file was deleted. That takes admin level security. LOL its merely a game of following the numbers now. This router is the final trail of any or all data distribution. I highly doubt is this auditing team will ever get their hand's on it. And if they do...What lies in AZ?

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7 hours ago, surrept33 said:

I watched the Cotton guy. When did he talk about the "SQL zero byte artifact". 

It's not unusual for last modified times for things like database files on journaled filesystems to be not quite what you expect.

See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/sysinfo/file-times

What's "various" mean in this context? Well, generally, when a database is "gracefully" shutdown, various things (internal to the database) are finalized and then flushed to disk. This is kind of at the interplay of database software and journaling file systems (like NTFS). 

I have no experience with MSSQL, but in general all databases and file systems behave like this.

 

See also:

https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sqlserver/en-US/b7db6744-cd7b-42b5-a84e-5e511a5e8e59/mdf-amp-ldf-files-last-modified-date-not-increasing-as-expected

He didn't talk about the SQL thing, but I didn't need him to. You see I'm still part owner of a software company whose products run on various flavors of SQL including MSSQL. So yes, I personally know about it. But I've got better things to do than beat this dead horse, we'll see what they come up with. After all, the county had from November until essentially right now to cover their tracks. They've got $500k per year lawyers running cover for them, and the might of Big Tech and the MSM to protect them. It's David vs Goliath, but I always rooted for the little guy. 

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1 minute ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Not at all....a file was deleted. That takes admin level security. LOL its merely a game of following the numbers now. This router is the final trail of any or all data distribution. I highly doubt is this auditing team will ever get their hand on it.

Ahhh...like I said, an audit that makes public reports before a thorough, complete process, seems to have an agenda to stoke your hopes.

It worked for a while, no?

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2 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

He didn't talk about the SQL thing, but I didn't need him to. You see I'm still part owner of a software company whose products run on various flavors of SQL including MSSQL. So yes, I personally know about it. But I've got better things to do than beat this dead horse, we'll see what they come up with. After all, the county had from November until essentially right now to cover their tracks. They've got $500k per year lawyers running cover for them, and the might of Big Tech and the MSM to protect them. It's David vs Goliath, but I always rooted for the little guy. 

No Ward they have been caught, if this fraud team can get to the router its over....that is if the router has not been wiped. I have little understanding of a routers OS system. I think there really primitive as in dos with no trails if wiped.

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5 minutes ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Not at all....a file was deleted. That takes admin level security. LOL its merely a game of following the numbers now. This router is the final trail of any or all data distribution. I highly doubt is this auditing team will ever get their hand's on it. And if they do...What lies in AZ?

You need to change your catch phrase to, Who lies in AZ? Quite a few politicians at the local level as it turns out, including their sheriff who beat the sitting sheriff after receiving over $2 million from Soros. How's that for connecting dots?

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7 minutes ago, Ward Smith said:

You need to change your catch phrase to, Who lies in AZ? Quite a few politicians at the local level as it turns out, including their sheriff who beat the sitting sheriff after receiving over $2 million from Soros. How's that for connecting dots?

LOL actually what lies in AZ....its a catch all.

https://www.merriam-webster.com/words-at-play/how-to-use-lay-and-lie

Ever been corrected—or corrected someone else—for saying "I'm going to lay down"? In either case, your dictionary forgives you. It's true that the correct way to make that statement is to say "I'm going to lie down," but it's also true that lay and lie have been tripping up English speakers for 700 years, and no one should be judged harshly for being among the confused. The pair is a doozy.

then there is lie...or lie's in a plural sense...

 

noun

a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood.
something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture:His flashy car was a lie that deceived no one.
an inaccurate or false statement; a falsehood.
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