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Back up your Information and Files

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posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 08:32 PM
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If you are an information pack rat, use a device like a flash drive. I have a feeling the government will attempt to delte all information you have from computers. You can't delete something that isn't running! Keep all your info on a flash drive, mp3 player, sd card, ect.

With the g20 police radio broadcasts, they may try to get rid of the information you may hear, or the things you may see. This will save alot of information if you want the truth out.

If this needs to be moved, please move it.

If you have any suggestions on keeping information secure, please post.




posted on Sep, 24 2009 @ 08:36 PM
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Good idea, I have been listening for a couple of hours now.



posted on Sep, 25 2009 @ 04:10 AM
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i]Originally posted by Phlynx
If you have any suggestions on keeping information secure, please post.



This issue is not limited to G20 events. The Internet and the valuable information we have access to at this time is a major threat to those who rule the NWO.


Those in key power positions have already scheduled the permanent elimination of the free Internet as we know it. The global impact of this is historical and will make the burning of the Alexandria library and Nazi book burning look like anecdotes.


The Internet will be replaced by the Internet2 which is a Ruppert Murdock styled media cartel centrally controlled private network that will be actively censored and extremely limited. The pipeline will be shut as soon as they pull the plug, so download NOW.


To make sure we lose our data, they will not only delete our files on our computers, they plan false flag attacks, detonating EMT charges to erase all magnetic data storage not buried deep underground. Hard drives will be wiped clean and websites will have lost much of their data.


Making your data and the Internet more secure will be the excuse to force us onto a BIG BROTHER Internet2 which will require us to keep our personal data exclusively on their servers. We will no longer own our information, but will have to borrow it with their permission. Privacy will be a distant memory and access to our own information will be contingent upon passive and active censorship.


Protect your data and protect our current knowledge of the world. It is important to make backups on Non Magnetic supports. Burning DVDs is one option, as well as printing out hard copies. A fireproof safe is best to ensure the survival of your most vital information. Storing multiple copies in several totally unrelated locations is an additional protection against raids.


Welcome to Farenheit 451:











[edit on 25-9-2009 by Getsmart]



posted on Sep, 25 2009 @ 04:56 AM
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OK.......

Just how on earth are they going to do that !



posted on Sep, 25 2009 @ 05:31 AM
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To make sure we lose our data, they will not only delete our files on our computers, they plan false flag attacks, detonating EMT charges to erase all magnetic data storage not buried deep underground. Hard drives will be wiped clean and websites will have lost much of their data.


And if thats true, just about every business would lose everythng. An entire generation of school children would lose coursework and notes... everything thats needed to keep the country running basically.

So er no, I can't see that happening. Internet2 won't be much use if theres chaos because the service providers have lost all their files.



posted on Sep, 25 2009 @ 05:37 AM
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Originally posted by Jamesy_boy
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OK.......

Just how on earth are they going to do that !



Pretty standard at this point in current information systems technology. You would be amazed at what can be done by genius hackers these days.

adding to the thread..

You can also to create ghost images of your entire system to easily restore it in the event you are completely wiped by a cyber attack.



posted on Sep, 25 2009 @ 06:13 AM
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Loss of data has always been a credible risk even from more mundane sources than those suggested by the OP such as a HDD failure, nasty virus/trojan/hacker attack or theft of a PC etc.

I suggest getting a large USB, firewire or ESata drive, 1TB drives are very affordable these days, and using software like Acronis drive image which boots up from a CD to make regular images of your HDD partitions onto that drive. Security comes from not having that drive connected unless actually backing up or restoring partitions and storing that backup drive in a different location to the PC when not using it (a different part of the house is adequate). For extremely important data backup consider having 2 such backup drives both stored in different locations to the PC and alternate their use. Keeping them off-site adds an extra margin of security & recoverability.

I've been burned by HDD fails and malicious attacks enough times to now ensure my partitions are backed up regularly. I can replace a damaged HDD boot drive with a new one and have the whole system back to normal in an hour or so - no worries.

Another tip: make sure you're not connected to the internet when using the backup drive(s) and always boot the backup software from a CD. Make a couple of copies of that CD also and store them separately in safe locations.



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