Originally posted by JBA2848
Here a web site that shows his charges and he illegally used secret internet protocal router network (SIPRNET) To gain access to a secret microsoft office power point presentation. That could be the excel streaming file.
I don't see it that way. What it says is that he "intentionally exceed his authorized access on a Secret Internet Protocol Router network computer", and to me it means that he took the files from that computer. So, if I'm right, he is not being accused of accessing the network, he his being accused of accessing files he wasn't authorized to access on a computer for which he already had access.
I guess the streaming file is all excel files changed to binary and sent out. Since the computers using this excel stream know what the files are there using the normal headers of the files for other data.
What streaming file? In fact, what is a "streaming file"? And what is an "excel stream"?
I guess most devices that are Posix are just compliant and not true Posix systems. I think Windows ME is the only Posix proven Windows.I don't think that Windows ME was Posix compliant, that Posix subsystem is (or was) based on Windows NT code, meaning that only Windows NT or 2000 had it. Windows Vista and 7 have it already built in.
It's easy to get a full Posix operating system just by downloading it.
I think Assange has gained access to this data stream only on the lower PKI area and not deep enough to get to any thing really secret.
It's much more difficult to get access to data streams than to files.
PS: could you please answer the questions from my previous post? Thanks in advance.