I nod mutely, closing my eyes so I can concentrate better. I'm sure this would be easy for that kid, but I don't have the luxury of practice time. First, the files.
There's a lot more than I expected, but I manage to get them all downloading to the laptop, then erase them on the mainframe. Then I tell the system to erase them on all the other computers on the network.
In the seconds I have left before all hell breaks loose, I make the system forget what vowels are. As in, if you try to type one, nothing happens. They're not transmitted in any way either -- vowels don't exist in that system any more.
I can't help but grin and wonder how badly that's going to screw things up and how long it's going to take them to fix it. The only section I isolate from this is Level 5 so that it doesn't break any passwords.
I literally lean backwards as I make a break for it and fly out of the system, closing up the connection behind me. Job done. Nice.
Then I tell Claude what I've done and show him what's now being stored on that laptop of his.