Martinez's computer at the Sarif Industries HQ reception.

Cindy Martinez's computer is a computer that appears in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It is located at the reception desk in the Sarif Industries HQ foyer, and used by Cindy Martinez, the receptionist.

The computer can be accessed only on the last visit to Sarif HQ, during the anti-augmentation riots in Detroit. It is unlocked, so no login details are needed.

Emails[edit | edit source]

RE: I'm sorry![edit | edit source]

From: Diane Gonzalez
To: Cindy Martinez

no, i don't want to, cindy. because it hurts too much! next thing you'll be telling me to listen to that pirate dj you like so much. now do us all a favor and drop it.

Cindy Martinez (reception@SI.copt.det) wrote:

>Don't be pissed at me, Di. All I meant was
>that maybe, just maybe, they made
>a mistake. It happens all the time on those
>crime scene shows and we never actually SAW
>the DNA results. don't you want to hold onto
>hope? Even if it's just a dream. She was a
>friend, after all.

Keep an eye out[edit | edit source]

From: Athene Margoulis
To: Cindy Martinez


Don't be so shocked to see Adam Jensen walking in tonight. I know he's not due back for several weeks yet, but the situation at the plant is such that we really need him. David assures me he's ready -- and I trust David -- but you should be aware that, at least physically, Adam is not quite the man you knew.

BE SENSITIVE. I know you have a hard time masking your emotions, but try not to let him see how different he looks! Inside he's still the same person. Remember that.


Athene Margoulis
Executive Assistant
Sarif Industries

Network Security[edit | edit source]

From: Frank Pritchard


As you are no doubt aware, terrorism is on the rest in this city. We in the IT department are working day and night to keep this company safe from outside attack, but YOU are making the job harder every time you fail to follow the MOST BASIC of network security rules!

Which is why I must now remind all of you to...

* LOCK your computer screen the moment you step away from it!

* CHANGE your password every six weeks in keeping with network protocols!

* NEVER write down your password or give it to anyone else UNLESS he has SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION AUTHORITY!

* SURF THE INTERNET ONLY when you are in the safety and comfort of your own home!

Simple rules people. Let's try to follow them.

Frank Pritchard
Chief of Network Security
Sarif Industries

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