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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron von Biffo View Post
    Given Lenihan's track record we'll wind up paying for these passwords.
    We certainly do, or who do you think will foot the bill for the 'IT experts' called in by the 'investigators'.
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    There is plenty of young lads out there who will break any password in a few minutes, if the well paid computer section on an Garda siochana cant do it, bring in one of thes lads for one hour and all will be reveiled for a tip of €20

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    Quote Originally Posted by TotalMayhem View Post
    We certainly do, or who do you think will foot the bill for the 'IT experts' called in by the 'investigators'.
    I was thinking more along the lines of him agreeing to pay the scumbags to reveal their passwords.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post

    If the file is encrypted with a program such as TrueCrypt, and a sufficiently strong password is used, it will be, as far as I know, uncrackable.

    This assuming they did something something properly though.

    Fingers crossed they stayed true to form

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    Quote Originally Posted by disability student View Post
    I can't understand the fuss over passwords ... it's certainly a distraction to the real meat of the issue- Anglo Irish bank lied and failed it's duty to protect the shareholders.

    I note that there is a wording -'reckless trading' in the companies act 1963 but are they relevant pertaining the role of the directors whose clossal cover ups went unnoticed for a good while?
    Hi Dis. Stud. Think we will all discover shortly that ANY laws...or wording within laws and legislation here...will be distorted, re-arranged, confused and presented to the sheep (that's us) in any way possible....to facilitate the escape of the 'connected' from any righteous law or moral justice known to man! But hey...the 'Familiaria' (Irish mafia) have been getting away with it since the floundration of the state (and...no...'floundration' was not a spelling error)!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by disability student View Post
    I can't understand the fuss over passwords ...
    Neither do I, let's lock them up and pretend we can't remember where we put the key. Simple solution to a minor problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TotalMayhem View Post
    Neither do I, let's lock them up and pretend we can't remember where we put the key. Simple solution to a minor problem.
    Naw, I want those passwords. I feel that enhanced interrogation techniques might be appropriate.


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    Username: B_Ahern
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baron von Biffo View Post
    I was thinking more along the lines of him agreeing to pay the scumbags to reveal their passwords.
    Or dragging them through the courts and paying in that respect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disability student View Post
    I can't understand the fuss over passwords ... it's certainly a distraction to the real meat of the issue- Anglo Irish bank lied and failed it's duty to protect the shareholders.
    I would be interesting to know, if the shareholders have gotten together and are bringing a case against anglo!!!

    Surely they would have???

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    Suggestion.......I8dkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newsy View Post
    Suggestion.......I8dkey
    I'm very slow, Newsy - please help me out here ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TotalMayhem View Post
    Neither do I, let's lock them up and pretend we can't remember where we put the key. Simple solution to a minor problem.
    Do not rejoice in his defeat, you men. For though the world has stood up and stopped the bastard, the (female dog) that bore him is in heat again. Bertolt Brecht

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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Flower View Post
    I'm very slow, Newsy - please help me out here ...
    I ate the key
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    Default Re: Suggestions for the Anglo Irish Bank Passwords

    Quote Originally Posted by C. Flower View Post
    I'm very slow, Newsy - please help me out here ...
    Sam Lord, is on the money.

    I ate the key!!!

    My partner came up with that one. Very quick wit.

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