David Sarif's computer is an in-game computer in Deus Ex: Human Revolution. It is in David Sarif's office on the top floor of the Sarif Industries Headquarters.

Sarif's computer was hackable in early versions of the game, but this possibility was removed in the production version. The hackable version had a security rating of 5, and the login dsarif. Below is a transcript of e-mails that were found on the computer after hacking.

E-mails[edit | edit source]

An Offer of Help During a Trying Time[edit | edit source]

From: Zhao Yun Ru
To: David Sarif

Mr. Sarif,

I cannot tell you how shocked and appalled I was to learn about the tragedy that has beset your company. Please accept my most sincere condolences for the loss of so many lives and research efforts.

I think we can both agree that the situation you are facing is most grievous. I have it on good authority that Sarif Industries survives largely through its military contracts -- and as we both know, governments are not given to considering extenuating circumstances when it comes to conducting business. Perhaps it is time for you to reconsider the offer I first extended to you last December?

All you have to do is pick up a phone and call.

Yours in sadness and sincerity,

Zhao Yun Ru

ADN Results Subject JE0045 A0373[edit | edit source]

From: FatherD@omega.di.net
To: David Sarif

That's too bad. Because in looking over the research you just sent me, it seems your girl is really onto something here. I can see several promising directions you might want to pursue; reengineering the original PEDOT cluster is merely a first step. After that you could look at cloning, nanotechnology... Even a little project of mine I've been having no end of trouble with.

But you know the genetics laws were changed in 2019. Thanks to Wymer, the loophole we've both relied on for so many years no longer applies. I'm sorry, David. I'd say your hands are tied.


freneticpony@ SI.corp.det wrote:

>As discussed, here it is. Unfortunately, she
>obtained the original sample as part of her
>postgrad work and never got donor consent.
>I'd like to now but suffice it to say, there are
>extenuating circumstances.

Those Germans[edit | edit source]

To: David Sarif

Had to ask. You know how nervous I get when it comes to those germans. -Shep

freneticpony@SI.corp.det wrote:

>About the schematics you sent over. I'm telling
>you, our boys in blue have got nothing to worry
>about. Steiner-Bisley may know a shitload about
>designing cutting edge armaments, but when it
>comes to integrating them with the human nervous
>system, they don't know assholes from armpits.
>There is absolutely no way a so-called "skullgun"
>is going to work.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • General O'Neil's e-mail is a reference to Gunther Hermann from the original Deus Ex, who is German and dreams of getting a skull gun someday.

Video[edit | edit source]

This video shows how Sarif's computer could be hacked in early versions of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

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