Hypothetically speaking, power nap is described by apple as, "When your compatible Mac goes to sleep in Mountain Lion, Power Nap still gets things done silently Mail. Receive new messages. Contacts. Your Contacts update with any changes you may have made on another device. Calendar. Receive new invitations and calendar updates. Reminders. Reminders updates with any changes you may have made on another device. Notes. Notes updates with any changes you may have made on another device. Documents in your iCloud account. iCloud pushes any edits you made to a document to your Mac notebook. Photo Stream. Your Photo Stream updates with new photos from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Mac App Store updates. Your Mac notebook can download updates from the Mac App Store. Time Machine backup. Your Mac notebook can back up while it sleeps. Find My Mac. Locate a lost Mac notebook even when it’s sleeping. VPN on demand. Corporate email updates securely. Configuration profile. Macs in managed environments can receive configuration profile updates." Wouldn't this potentially allow lets say someone able to tap into the flash storage when the system is running such updates? Even with your computer password protected it is allowing changes on the flash storage? Security hole? or am i thinking to much into it? Discuss!