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Police Say Mac Tech Installed Spyware To Photo Women

samzenpus posted more than 3 years ago | from the I-always-feel-like-somebody's-watching-me dept.

Crime 235

CWmike writes "He was hired to fix their computers, but police say that Trevor Harwell instead installed spyware software that took candid photos of his clients in various states of undress. Harwell had been a Macintosh specialist with a Los Angeles-area home computer repair company called Rezitech. That's how he allegedly had the opportunity to install the spy software, called Camcapture, on computers. While working on repair assignments, the 20-year-old technician secretly set up a complex system that could notify him whenever it was ready to snap a shot using the computer's webcam, according to Sergeant Andrew Goodrich, a spokesman with the Fullerton Police Department in California. 'It would let his server know that the victim's machine was on. The server would then notify his smartphone... and then the images were recorded on his home computer,' he said. Police say they've found thousands of images on Harwell's computers and have identified dozens of victims, all of them women in Los Angeles and Orange County. Harwell was arrested Wednesday by Fullerton police." But was he a good repairman?

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In Apple's defense (5, Funny)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387084)

This guy was a rogue and clearly not following Apple policy. Apple states explicitly in their policy manual that spying on customers in any way--through their webcam, microphone, user accounts, etc.--is strictly prohibited for all Apple employees except Steve Jobs.

Re:In Apple's defense (2)

Haedrian (1676506) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387112)

Note that the above policy does not extend to locations visited while using iOS.

Re:In Apple's defense (1)

Duradin (1261418) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387190)

I hope you'll be here all week. By the way, how's the veal?

Even the summary sounds like he wasn't an Apple employee, just a Mac repairman for some not-Apple repair company.

Re:In Apple's defense (3, Interesting)

sakdoctor (1087155) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387232)

An unordained repairman tried to fix a mac?

Re:In Apple's defense (3, Informative)

WrongSizeGlass (838941) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387330)

An unordained repairman tried to fix a mac?

Not ordained, but he did attend a Christian university. FTFA:

Harwell was formerly a student at Biola University, a small Christian university in southern California. Many of the victims were Biola students and Harwell may have compromised university systems as well, police said.

Re:In Apple's defense (1)

elrous0 (869638) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387350)

A non-initiate dares touch holy hardware?!? Dispatch the iAssassins.

Re:In Apple's defense (2)

SilentStaid (1474575) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387352)

...but he was a Genius! *rimshot*

/ducks

Re:In Apple's defense (0)

kestasjk (933987) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387792)

I love how seriously we're all taking this..

Re:In Apple's defense (1)

kelemvor4 (1980226) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387916)

No, he was merely gifted.

Re:In Apple's defense (1)

cpscotti (1032676) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387430)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U01xasUtlvw

Re:In Apple's defense (3, Interesting)

somersault (912633) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387256)

When I got my first Macbook I used to be pretty paranoid about this kind of thing. Moreso because I had Skype set up to receive calls from people, but I also thought stuff like this would be a possibility. I wonder if the little light next to the camera is hardwired to come on when the camera is in use, or whether it can be disabled in software..?

Re:In Apple's defense (3, Funny)

sakdoctor (1087155) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387420)

No. The only fix is to wrap your entire Macbook in black electrical tape. You never know which holes, or indeed surfaces are spying on you.

Re:In Apple's defense (1)

somersault (912633) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387580)

Actually I do remember a story about Apple developing a screen where the entire monitor worked as the camera. I've relegated the MBP to being a server now anyway, I'm sticking with more Linux friendly machines for now.

Re:In Apple's defense (4, Informative)

drinkypoo (153816) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387786)

OMFG it's even better than you (or I) thought. Not only can the screen be the camera [engadget.com] , but you can also just stick a camera behind the screen. [arstechnica.com] I knew about the first patent but didn't catch Apple getting the second.

Cue breathy voice: View Apple patents and see why 2011 will be like 1984.

Re:In Apple's defense (2)

Daniel_Staal (609844) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387560)

IIRC, it's hardwired to come on.

Of course, it's a little light, and it only needs to come on for a moment to take a picture.

Re:In Apple's defense (2)

second_coming (2014346) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387754)

My wife has a piece of tape permanently over the webcam on her netbook :D

Re:In Apple's defense (1)

Mister Whirly (964219) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388324)

This is seriously the best defense against this kind of thing. Takes you 5 seconds, costs you less than one cent. Virtually foolproof.

Re:In Apple's defense (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387466)

Isn't it cheaper to visit a strip club? Considering lawyer fees and punishment vs a few drinks .... Oh and better resolution, I mean, a webcam is crap, no matter who makes it.

Re:In Apple's defense (1)

Hylandr (813770) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387550)

He's not going to jail, The cops just don't want the software purchase showing up on the books. His next stop is likely the NSA.

Brb, Helicopters outside again...

- Dan.

Re:In Apple's defense (2)

kestasjk (933987) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387820)

The NSA.. for some little trojan and spying on women? These are the people who eavesdropped on the Japanese during WWII, give them a little more credit than wanting to hire pathetic little perverts with basic computer skills using 3rd party software.

Re:In Apple's defense (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36388078)

Apple policy also clearly states that Macs are for gays...

hot photos (1)

alphatel (1450715) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387094)

Insert inappropriate weiner joke [weinerjokes.com]

Harwell for Congress! (1)

bill_mcgonigle (4333) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387254)

They can put him on the committees that supervise the NSA pen registers, RealID, biometric passports, FBI, etc.

And the sargent came over, pinned a medal on me, sent me down the hall, said, "You're our boy."

Job skills (5, Funny)

i.r.id10t (595143) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387114)

Apparently he is qualified to work for one of the school boards in Pennsylvania

Re:Job skills (3, Insightful)

rbrausse (1319883) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387394)

the funny thing is that this guy was arrested but the Lower Merion spokesman could react with a complete waste of the taxpayer's dollars [slashdot.org] after the district was sued...

Re:Job skills (1)

wintercolby (1117427) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387594)

There is a difference between the school spying on its students and a pervert installing software on female clients computers to get naked images of them. Sure, what was done in Pennsylvania was a violation of privacy, but the school board wasn't after pictures of the victims undressing.

Re:Job skills (2)

digitig (1056110) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387708)

Sure, what was done in Pennsylvania was a violation of privacy, but the school board wasn't after pictures of the victims undressing.

They say.

Re:Job skills (2)

dgatwood (11270) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388064)

Well, what one wonders is why this guy got caught? Did he actually have it upload pics to his own account? Did he fail to create a nightly launchd job that delayed an arbitrary number of days (from a month to six months) before enabling his background daemon? Did he brag about it on Facebook? Did he post the pictures somewhere? Where? No, wait.... I mean where did he hide the daemon? Or was it an application (obvious)?

Inquiring perverts^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Hminds want to know.

Re:Job skills (1)

AHuxley (892839) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388218)

The feds think its better to ensure the safe roll out of cams in state 'gifted' laptops than let the limited press surrounding one school district upset the web 2.0 version of a super "pen recorder".
Think of the good the cams can do as more and more impressionable young people self radicalize in the privacy of their own homes.
The feds can passively get pics, video and sound as lone wolves transform into home-grown cells and connect up with more like minded people.
Meeting with their free networked laptops running, sharing literature, video clips, music, pills, encryption hardware and chatting about expensive foreign gap year vacations.

Re:Job skills (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387896)

There is a difference between the school spying on its students and a pervert installing software on female clients computers to get naked images of them. Sure, what was done in Pennsylvania was a violation of privacy, but the school board wasn't after pictures of the victims undressing.

The difference is not the action that was taken, but rather the party and the intent. Like how its perfectly legal for a governor to run someone down with their car because they were trying to warn them about the dangers of PCP.

Re:Job skills (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36388088)

yes, there is a difference... catching student undressed would be considered child porn... much more serious offense...

Re:Job skills (0)

bfree (113420) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387438)

He will get years in jail while nobody involved in photographing the children for the school will even get as far as having their fingerprints taken.

Re:Job skills (-1, Flamebait)

BitZtream (692029) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388066)

Right, because they had the exact same intentions ... the school board of lower merion was totally trying, intentionally, to get nude pictures of the students ... which is clear from the photos they found which are all semi-nude shots of kids ...

Wait, common sense is kicking in ... fuck, you know what, god damn common sense made me realize that these are two ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FUCKING SITUATIONS YOU MORON.

One was intentionally trying to get nude photos, the other is more or less randomized shots by an automated system ... yea, its totally the same punishment cause its totally the same crime.

You're an idiot.

Re:Job skills (2)

Low Ranked Craig (1327799) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388262)

Someone shit in your cereal this morning? Nice ad hominem rant there

The two are different yes, but they both include secret software on the machine to take photos without the user's consent, and while the purpose of obtaining the photos may be different, the intent is the same - to get a picture of the user of the laptop without their knowledge or consent.

They should all be punished.

Pics of STFU (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387126)

Pictures or it didn't happen.

Cheers,
Matt

Re:Pics of STFU (3, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387310)

Um... here you... go? [google.com]

Re:Pics of STFU (2)

mcavic (2007672) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387936)

Um... here you... go?

Win.

His Sentence: Use Windows (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387138)

Once he's convicted he should be sentenced to use Windows for the rest of his life. That should teach him.

Re:His Sentence: Use Windows (1)

kestasjk (933987) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387854)

.. and they said Mac fanboys don't have a sense of humor!

Re:His Sentence: Use Windows (1)

Gilmoure (18428) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387996)

Hey, he's not some tourist down in Gitmo. Oh the huge manatee!

Re:His Sentence: Use Windows (1)

mlush (620447) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388304)

No can do Eighth Amendment ;-(

Hot Steam (4, Interesting)

RazzleFrog (537054) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387150)

It had been popping up weird messages. One of them, designed to look like a Mac OS X system warning, said, "You should fix your internal sensor soon. If unsure what to do, try putting your laptop near hot steam for several minutes to clean the sensor."

Now that is creative. Had to be some mighty dumb women who fell for that.

Re:Hot Steam (3, Funny)

0100010001010011 (652467) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387216)

Warning, excessive static buildup detected. Attempt to discharge through touching elbows behind back.

Re:Hot Steam (0)

Haedrian (1676506) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387226)

We're talking about Macs here.

Re:Hot Steam (3, Informative)

wintercolby (1117427) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387856)

Many of the victims were Biola students

And students at a small Christian college in Southern California.

Re:Hot Steam (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387236)

Some victims, tricked by the pop-up warning, did take their computers with them into the shower, Goodrich said.

That's pure genius. Evil genius, but genius nevertheless.

Re:Hot Steam (1)

Mongoose Disciple (722373) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387292)

Yeah, that's the detail that really made the story for me.

I mean, sure, this whole thing is creepy and wrong, but going beyond snapping pictures to trying to trick the women to taking their laptops into the shower? That's one for the ages.

Re:Hot Steam (2)

drinkypoo (153816) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387332)

There used to be an awesome tool for Appletalk networks made up of Mac OS machines called Radiation. You installed the CDEV on your machine and the INIT on other machines. You used the CDEV to cause error messages to pop up on other machines. IIRC the default was "The radiation shield on your monitor has failed. Please step back five feet."

It puts the laptop near the shower (1)

wintercolby (1117427) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387874)

As if it wasn't creepy enough.

Re:Hot Steam (1)

guruevi (827432) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388206)

They probably had seen those Microsoft commercials: To the cloud!

This is not possible (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387152)

This is not possible, Steve has said us that macs do not have spyware or any other problems.

I'm so sorry but... (1, Redundant)

Coraon (1080675) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387162)

Pic's or it didn't happen

Re:I'm so sorry but... (1)

synapse7 (1075571) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387424)

...and he was really taking pictures of men.

The geek as voyeur (1)

westlake (615356) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388050)

Pic's or it didn't happen

What gives you the right to see them?

Re:The geek as voyeur (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36388174)

Woooosh!

Re:I'm so sorry but... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36388220)

Rogue apostrophes mean you don't get any.

good repairman? (2)

Madman (84403) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387164)

I don't know if he was a good repairman, but he sure is a tool. Fixed himself but good.

Re:good repairman? (1)

meowris (1988866) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387282)

Seriously speaking, the minute he started doing the trick, he is no longer qualified as a repairman... IMO.

Pics? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387174)

Pics or it didn't happen!

Move to Philadelphia (0, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387266)

The Lower Merion School District has heard of your excellent work and would like to offer you a position...

Mac cam : LED on (3, Insightful)

dindi (78034) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387272)

Don't these people know, that when the little green LED is on next to the camera there is something going on with the camera?

I do not know if there is any spyware that can disable that, but in my experience: whatever touches the camera, the led comes on.

I am surprised about all these secretly filmed students, thieves, women who have 1000s of pictures taken of them and never figured that GREEN LIGHT=CAMERA ON.....

Really, is there any software that can use the MAC cameras without turning the light on ?

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

tibit (1762298) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387328)

No. At lest not in my 1st gen MBP. The camera's LED is hardwired to the power supply. If the camera is on, the LED is on. "Light Test" functionality can be had simply by turning on photo booth.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

wjousts (1529427) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387386)

But he is a repairman. Could he not have rewired the LED to NOT come on? Seems like it would be fairly trivial if you've already got the computer open.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

jo_ham (604554) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388214)

That depends, on a laptop? Not trivial - you need to take out the logic board to get the screen off on many of them, and then you need to disassemble the screen. Unless he was the only guy working, and he had a lot of excess time, it would not be trivial to do - it would add at least a couple of hours to each job which is not a huge amount of time, but it's not a 5 minute thing either.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

drinkypoo (153816) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387556)

It seems to me that in your test, the driver could be responsible for activating the LED.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

chemicaldave (1776600) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387346)

Don't these people know, that when the little green LED is on next to the camera there is something going on with the camera?

No. Other than being close to the camera, it gives no indication that the camera is on. Regular users see so many lights on devices now, that it might have lost its intended effect (device being on/off). Maybe they think it's the light for the computer and it means the laptop is charging. There are plenty of reasons not to think it means the camera is on.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

Duradin (1261418) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387398)

The two LEDs on my MBP are the one on the mag safe connector and the one by the camera. Apple designs don't follow the "you won't need any other lighting in the room" strategy that most other cases do.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

michelcolman (1208008) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387736)

You forgot the white power light. Thankfully, on the newest models, it's not as bright anymore. On older models, it could really light up the room at night. Which was incredibly annoying since it was slowly pulsing all the time.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

ohcrapitssteve (1185821) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387436)

This wasn't exactly recording half-hour long videos of people, but rather quick snaps. In a reasonably lit room, it's possible some may have missed a blink of said green dot, or if they had their back turned, doing something else in the room, even looking down at the keyboard. Those who saw it might have just thought "eh, that was weird, but it's off now" and wrote it off as a glitch.

Also of note, this fella got caught because this software was actually also popping up strange error messages designed to look like OS X system-launched messages that directed users to "use hot steam to clear a sensor" on their laptop. So maybe he was trying to keep himself in business hoping hapless users damaged their own computers heeding these warnings, so they'd call him back for return business? Because I'd guess that would also add a fraud charge. Perhaps he got greedy on top of pervy.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

Nidi62 (1525137) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387524)

I would guess the hot steam meant he hoped the women would just take the laptop into the bathroom when them while they showered, so he could get some more naked pics.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

stillnotelf (1476907) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387654)

Also of note, this fella got caught because this software was actually also popping up strange error messages designed to look like OS X system-launched messages that directed users to "use hot steam to clear a sensor" on their laptop. So maybe he was trying to keep himself in business hoping hapless users damaged their own computers heeding these warnings, so they'd call him back for return business?

He wants them to take the laptop with them when they shower, although you're right that it's probably bad for the laptop to boot...

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

dcollins (135727) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387534)

Blame the victim. That's bullshit.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

SengirV (203400) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387568)

I was thinking the same thing. It would be interesting if anyone in the know could comment on the light going on for a quick picture, as opposed to video mode.

Re:Mac cam : LED on (1)

westlake (615356) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388248)

Don't these people know, that when the little green LED is on next to the camera there is something going on with the camera?

Small and green does not raise an alarm when you live surrunded by LED indicators and displays. There are at least five active in my own living room. The instantaneous flash of a snapshot isn't likely to be noticed or questioned even on the rare occasion when you are looking directly at the lamp.

Repair man? (-1, Troll)

h4x0t (1245872) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387278)

For the price of apple products, they should fix themselves.

He could've gotten away with it. (2, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387360)

He wouldn't have been arrested if he just registered himself as a school first. Then it's just a lawsuit.

That's what they get. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387376)

Clearly they should have gone to a Genius for repairs. This would never have happened then. Life's scary outside the walls.

Just get laid already (3, Funny)

Smigh (1634175) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387490)

This guy seriously needs to get laid. Seriously.

Re:Just get laid already (5, Funny)

base3 (539820) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387544)

Pretty sure he will, now.

Re:Just get laid already (0)

michelcolman (1208008) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387756)

Mod parent funny!

Re:Just get laid already (0)

Inda (580031) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388254)

Oh you Americans and your sexual violence humour! When do the giggles stop?

Where is chris hansen? (1)

Joe_Dragon (2206452) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387570)

Next on to Catch a web cam Predator.... the mac tech.

Who cares that it's a Mac? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387640)

Another article posted on the same subject (spying using webcam) that conveniently mentions a Mac in the title when Apple is in no way responsible or involved. Shocking, I say!

story without pics? (1)

roman_mir (125474) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387668)

hhmmmm, just how useful is this story without pics? We need to see and judge his crimes ourselves, and the only way to pass an impartial judgment is by closely examining all of the evidence.

What about his employer? (1)

4105 (819650) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387714)

I would love to see a follow up story on what happens to his employer. They say no press is bad press. But I am sure "they" did not consider this type of press. I also wonder if other people in the company knew about this behavior? You could reasonably expect that a victim called the company to ask about the warning? It seems hard to believe that no one else at the company knew what was going on.

just a small piece of tape or post-it note (2)

edwartr (1182951) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387758)

I have been telling my clients for years as more and more laptops have gotten built in cameras or more clients have webcams hooked up to their desktops -> put a piece of tape or a post-it note over the lens when not in use. I may be paranoid but it definitely keeps that camera from doing that.

why (1)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387760)

I never understand idiots like this, with all the free porn online now, why would anyone do this? Yes, I know they are sick but still.

Grammar Error? (1)

Infiniti2000 (1720222) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387802)

Can photo be used as a verb? Not according to online [reference.com] sources.

Re:Grammar Error? (1)

TangoMargarine (1617195) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388164)

'Photo' is short for 'Photograph', and that's a verb.

Mac? Women? (3, Insightful)

Hognoxious (631665) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387824)

Story is obviously a fake.

Re:Mac? Women? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36388212)

Macs are mainly used by people who have no clue about computers.
Ie. Women.

Re:Mac? Women? (1)

westlake (615356) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388300)

Story is obviously a fake.

The geek spends too much time in grandma's basement.

Apple virus-checker FAIL (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36387906)

Malware checker should have picked this up.

How he was caught, (1)

who_stole_my_kidneys (1956012) | more than 3 years ago | (#36387934)

When one the the ladies brought her MAC back in to be repaired he commented "we have that fixed for you in a jiffy, by the way i really like you new nipple piercings"

Damage Control (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36388122)

Comments seem to be a lot of 'damage control' for ~either Mac or this guys defense..

The adult film... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36388180)

Hi, I'm here to probe your ports. Let me wiggle this a bit. Wham-O! I just set up your back door!

Well if he worked for a PA school system (1)

random coward (527722) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388208)

Too bad he doesn't work for a PA school system. If he did he'd get out of jail free, even if the victims were minors.

Anyone else wonder about their blog? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 3 years ago | (#36388288)

I reviewed Rezitech's blog and ran across this wonderful piece:

SOURCE: https://www.rezitech.com/blog/2010/03/25/blogging-for-business/, "Always Be Pimping: I have no idea where I first heard this (maybe from Chris Rue, but I’m sure he heard it from someone else like Erick Simpson or even Karl), but it’s pretty straight forward. The idea is to promote your products and services every chance you get (did you know that Rezitech can save money from your phone bill? I’m just saying pimping), and this includes in your blog. Whenever the opportunity arises (Rezitech can also provide your entire IT infrastructure with zero up-front investment!) you should mention how your company can help others. "

Sorry, under no circumstance is it okay to compare your sales strategy to prostitution in a public forum. Especially when your firm is caught in the middle of a scandal of this proportion! I have to wonder if Resitech knew about his actions.

Why?? (1)

tom229 (1640685) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388312)

I've never understood the demand for this choppy grainy voyeur stuff with the current...... economic availability of porn on the internet.

Little Snitch? (1)

Slutticus (1237534) | more than 3 years ago | (#36388336)

Would little snitch have caught the offending program phoning home? Although he probably looked to see if the users had this installed.
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