Friday, March 13, 2015

If you can't trust a a woman who aided and abetted the career of a lawyer disbarred for perjury...

...who can you trust.

Trust Hillary: It's a non-issuer.

//Fox News has previously reported that, with the aid of software named Maltego, experts had established that the server is up and running, receiving connectivity to the Internet through an Atlanta-based firm called Internap Network Services Corporation. Clinton’s stern insistence at her news conference that her server “will remain private” would appear to rest, then, at least in part, on the inviolability of Internap.

Now, working with publicly available tools that map network connectivity, experts have established that the last “hop” before the mail server’s Internet Protocol, or IP, address (listed as is Internap’s aggregator in Manhattan (listed as

“This is a very strong indication that the server is in Manhattan,” the source told Fox News.

By entering the IP address for the Internap aggregator into existing databases, the experts obtained the exact geolocation coordinates for the aggregator – revealed to be on lower Broadway, at the intersection with Chambers Street, some two blocks north of City Hall. This in turn suggests that the Clinton server itself lies within close proximity – most likely former President Clinton’s Harlem office, and not as far away as the Clintons’ home in Chappaqua, N.Y.

That outside experts could so swiftly unearth such information left them convinced that the server remains, as presently configured, highly “vulnerable” to unauthorized intrusion – even if, as most observers suspect, the server, with so much publicity now attendant on it, is no longer in active use. The hackers further concluded that Clinton’s email operation was likely not much better secured when she was secretary of state.

To test that proposition, they took the relatively simple step of examining the source code on the front page of This yielded the discovery, sources told Fox News, that the Clintons have not been using the latest version of Microsoft Outlook Web Application (OWA) to send and receive emails. The most recent version of OWA is listed as, whereas tests show to be using the older 14.2.390.1. //


Lauran said...

The Clinton's seem to personify "dead men's bones." Him--broken, terribly aged, frail, bitter, unrepentant. Her--bloated, corrupt, crude, and just as unapologetic.

Just two wasted train-wrecks whose ambition has run riot. Awful creatures.

Toby said...

So, the Republican strategy in 2016 will be focused on how Hilary used her own email account and calling her and husband names like its an election for class president in elementary school. I think that is a losing strategy.

"frail" "bitter "bloated" "crude"

I wish you luck, and way to keep the dialog at such an intellectual level, Lauran.

Lauran said...

I wasn't trying to keep any dialog--I posted an opinion that is based on good deal of fact, by the way.

Your opinion and good wishes are irrelevant to me, Toby--as they should be, too.

Have a Nice Day.

Toby said...

I repeat:

"frail" "bitter "bloated" "crude"

Nice opinion. Should work well in 2016.

Lauran said...

My opinion wasn't meant to be nice, Toby, but neither is Hilary Clinton.

Nice candidate--not surprisingly the best any of you can do in 2016.

Toby said...


I appreciate the bitter and crude approach you take to expressing your opinions. IT reminds of something, but I can't quite put my finger on it.

Oh well, good luck convincing people of your positive and good intentions.

Lauran said...

Any bitterness or crudeness you may find in my posts, Toby, are, in fact, your own interpretation of them rather than the comments themselves. You seem particularly defensive regarding any comments ridiculing the Clintons--who personify bitterness and crudeness in stereo.

I, however, can put my finger on IT precisely. The term is "projection."

But good luck to you trying to convince (astute) people of your cerebral mastery.

Lauran said...

BTW, Toby, how curious that you fail to recognize the profound crudeness and bitterness in the Clintons themselves, but will settle for projecting those characteristics onto those who point out the fact.

Who links to me?