18 May 2021 Quite A Bit Going On
Dinesh D’Souza: Just When You Thought Don Lemon Couldn’t Get More Idiotic, He Says THIS About the Jan 6 Protests
Maricopa County Board of Supervisors are IDIOTS! And here’s why.
1) These people don’t seem to understand what a forensic copy of a machine is. We will put it into simple terms, a forensic copy is a READ ONLY copy of a certain system. It’s admissible in court because it cannot be modified. What else you should know about a forensic copy is it is literally a bit-by-bit transfer of information. This means that if the information on the disk is 1011001010…. it copies 1 then it copies 0 then it copies 0… etc. So there is no “moving” anything when you have a forensic copy of a drive. These assholes seem to ask their little cousin who fixed their internet questions about this audit.
2) The screenshot that they are so angry with is of a recovery tool. What a recovery tool does is simple. It reads the 1’s and 0’s and if there is data it looks for the index for that data. If there is no index, then that data was deleted.
So now lets discuss what a deletion of information on a computer does. A computer has an index at the very beginning. Much like the dewy decimal system in the library, this index lists where on the hard drive certain information is stored. Just as in the index card at the library tells the user which isle their book is located. Simple right? Ok so once you delete a file, it removes the index card. That’s it. Until something has been saved on TOP of that old information the information is still there.
So the equivalent is I tear up the index card at the library for a book written by mark Twain. I don’t throw away the book, I simply trash the index card. So now when a person visits the library, they can’t find the book because the card telling them where to look is missing. However, I can still go through the library one isle at a time to locate the book.
What you have in the screenshot is a bunch of files that do not have their “index card”.
This means someone deleted the files on this list.
Likely, if they were that easy to find on the hard drive, they can easily recover them.
Most likely they recovered them before even making this screen shot available.
In the written response,
….of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors seem to harp on “because it’s a copy of information it’s just located in a different spot” and “how do we know what your search is your search may be wrong.”
There was no search ran. So don’t worry about what search was running. (You are an idiot)
There was data on the “copy” that had no “index” which shows those files got deleted. (you’re still an idiot)
You deny many things that have nothing to do with what this software does. It shows that the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has NO experience with computers or data recovery.
You have made it obvious you have no clue of how computer forensics work, and you would benefit from shutting your mouths unless you want to tell the Arizona Audit the password or whoo deleted the files. If you aren’t going to talk about those two things. SHUT UP.