This question is resounding from a 'stacks' issue; If correct? I encountered a File Breach in File Vault, and it's seemingly capable of still attaching to the Gmail account that is hacked. LG-800 Series Logged into Gmail, and I use an LG-700 Series... Address leads to Georgia; All I know.
Lastly, if I am worried about Security, a most do these days, why aren't the Profiles of the Responding Authors of this: "Open-Source" Software being monitored? I read in APACHE' the ways to get around the VERY SAME ISSUE that I'm dealing with. For instance; Using PNG Image to send IN a LOT of Data in Compression to HARM Another. The Data is a Opened while in Sleep, or in Full OFF. *My Mac Book Pro TURNED ON ALL ON IT'S OWN while was just relaxing at the Table... ...The Apple on the Top Lid/Cover Turned WHITE; It was OFF, And CLOSED.
I reported this to MICROSOFT with in a Months time of vehemently monitoring this issue, sent TONS of Documentation to the Apple Engineers, and am waiting... ...User had remote access to my Phone, my Internet, (was set to Intranet...), My Phone was taking Pictures all on it's own. Suspect HOME MANAGED ROUTER... Administrator; LIVES HERE. AT&T Router: Wireless. NEW Import with the Japanese GBI "RALINK" Family Controller... YEP...
Suspect: Interloper/Intruder OUTSIDE THE HOME. UVERSE 'POPS' with a "Bloop" Noise; 2.4 GHz. wireless Receiver is Scrambled on the Wireless; Security Camera. I found STEREO Signals up at 107.06-108.00 on; F.M. Tuner; ROTEL: Mid. 90's Military type bandwidth, or RDD is NOT An OPTION this Receiver/Pre-Amp. was given Protocols for: Too OLD. No XM Here... No SERIUS Either... Phone is a NON F.M.Receiver type. Nor for RDD Capable model...
The last is: I cannot recall at the moment the 'term' of the 'type' of Photo; It is unique in Description.
Software/Hardware used: Anything that will accomplish locating signal source, or, MAC ID, ISP, or SubNet Masking
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