||They dont need your identity. For example, if you were to use this site in an internet cafe and some shit has put a key logger on that computer then they have your adequacy login and password right?
Same goes for your mail account - and maybe, just maybe the malicious person will log in to your mail account later and maybe they will find personal information - such as your address, your real name, details of contacts you know, confidential messages, passwords to sites you visit or even credit card details. Even emails telling a friend where to meet and at what time. The good stuff links you to the real world which isnt a good thing to do online. The other stuff simply links to further avenues of exploration - for example if they found your password to a site in your inbox they could login to that site and maybe check the account information you have submitted there.
I dont know what you leave in your inbox or do at internet cafes - my original post wasnt directed at you - but I know that some people leave all sorts of confidential information in their email account and that was who the post was aimed at.
The FBI could seize my computer but Fortunately I have encrypted all the stuff I wouldnt want them to read. If they demanded the key to decrypt it then I would say I forgot it. Ive made the files look very old so that this is more believable. Who knows, by the time they do knock down my door in 5 years I might seriously have forgotten it.
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