So the FBI, which has multibillion-dollar cyber crime divisions, can pull a partial fingerprint off a fractured bullet two inches in a cement wall but the dopes couldn’t figure out that “computer files” are slightly different than paper files. 10 bucks says they heard DigitalOne was in Switzerland and didn’t realize that they had the internet there too.
F.B.I. seizes web servers, knocks sites offline
In an e-mail to one of its clients on Tuesday afternoon, a DigitalOne employee, Sergej Ostroumow, said: “This problem is caused by the F.B.I., not our company. In the night F.B.I. has taken 3 enclosures with equipment plugged into them, possibly including your server — we can not check
Mr. Ostroumow said that the F.B.I. was only interested in one of the company’s clients but had taken servers used by “tens of clients.” He wrote: “After F.B.I.’s unprofessional ‘work’ we can not restart our own servers, that’s why our website is offline and support doesn’t work.” The company’s staff had been working to solve the problem for the previous 15 hours, he said.