Hillary’s IT Guy Created An Encrypted Gmail Account And Sent All Of Clinton's Emails There

GURPS

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Anyway, back to Clinton’s IT guy, Rosiak notes the timeline and details, including the discovery that this transfer, which did not seem to spark much interest with now-fired and disgraced FBI Agent Peter Strzok who was a key person in the bureau’s investigation into Hillary’s server (via Daily Caller):

Virtually every single one of Hillary Clinton’s emails were sent, potentially secretly, to a cryptically named Gmail address, according to a new Senate report.
The finding, which has not been previously reported, means that Clinton’s emails, including classified ones and ones which were later deleted, likely existed on Google’s U.S.-based servers. The FBI said in the report that it knew this — and of the suspicious explanation for it — but did not alert other intelligence agencies or the public, according to the report.
The FBI says that the suspicious Gmail address was set up by an IT aide, Paul Combetta, who worked for a company that managed Clinton’s server. Combetta is the same IT aide who used BleachBit to permanently erase copies of Clinton’s emails after they were subpoenaed by the House, misled the FBI about it, and was given immunity from prosecution, all while asking for basic computing advice on Reddit.
Combetta refused to cooperate with the Department of Justice Inspector General and with the authors of the Senate report about his use of the cryptic email address. He previously pleaded the Fifth before Congress in September 2016 about his deletion of emails.
Combetta worked for Platte River Networks, a technology company in Colorado that began managing Clinton’s email server when she decided to house it more professionally than the homemade server in her basement.
https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2019/08/16/hillarys-it-guy-created-encrypted-gmail-account-and-sent-all-of-clintons-emails-n2551806
 

David

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@GURPS Based on your title, you might have misinterpreted what they meant by "cryptic email address."

It's not possible to encrypt a GMAIL account, at least not that I know. I believe they were referring to the notion that the actual email address he selected made no sense to anyone else, as in how in the heck did he come up with this? The address he used was CarterHeavyIndustries@gmail.com

When you google Carter Heavy Industries, this is all you come up with:

140053


Why not something like uhvuhduvhduvh123@gmail.com? In any regard, he was obviously creating a copy of all sent emails for his personal use. GMAIL is the obvious choice since you get 15GB for free and can buy tons more space for a few dollars a year. Had she been using the State Dept.'s email system as she should have, this in all likelyhood would not have happened. I guess it could have, but it would demonstrate extreme incompetence of the IT staff, IMHO.
 
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transporter

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@GURPS Based on your title, you might have misinterpreted what they meant by "cryptic email address."

It's not possible to encrypt a GMAIL account, at least not that I know. I believe they were referring to the notion that the actual email address he selected made no sense to anyone else, as in how in the heck did he come up with this? The address he used was CarterHeavyIndustries@gmail.com

When you google Carter Heavy Industries, this is all you come up with:

View attachment 140053

Why not something like uhvuhduvhduvh123@gmail.com? In any regard, he was obviously creating a copy of all sent emails for his personal use. GMAIL is the obvious choice since you get 15GB for free and can buy tons more space for a few dollars a year. Had she been using the State Dept.'s email system as she should have, this in all likelyhood would not have happened. I guess it could have, but it would demonstrate extreme incompetence of the IT staff, IMHO.

Wait...I thought comrade GURPS held himself out to be some sort of computer guru...

He's getting hammered because he doesn't know the difference between the words "encrypted" and "cryptic"?? :killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme

OMG...that is just f***ing priceless!!!! :killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme:killingme
 

officeguy

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So are we to assume that this guy will have an accident?
Nah, suicide.



If the 30k yoga emails were indeed copied to a google account, google had multiple backup copies of that account at one point. Bit bleaching the individual laptops wouldn't have cleaned up that trail.

obtw. Gmail routinely uses TLS encryption to exchange emails with any other email provider that allows for that. So unless the yoga emails were exchanged with some russian operatives who use non-TLS email services, they were indeed encrypted the moment they made their way into the googleverse.
 
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littlelady

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So are we to assume that this guy will have an accident?
Nah, suicide.



If the 30k yoga emails were indeed copied to a google account, google had multiple backup copies of that account at one point. Bit bleaching the individual laptops wouldn't have cleaned up that trail.

obtw. Gmail routinely uses TLS encryption to exchange emails any other service that allows for that. So unless the yoga emails were exchanged with some russian operatives who use non-TLS email services, they were indeed encrypted the moment they made their way into the googleverse.
Y’all get it.
 
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