I own some mice and keyboards for example my logitech G400 mouse and my razer deathstalker keyboard. Both of those devices have as far as i know built in memories to save DPI settings macros so on ...
When dealing with encryption tools (TrueCrypt, Bitlocker and any successors) the passwords are always somewhere in memory. Therefore when there are memory dumps on a hard disk, for example in the ...
I am using the Pyro package to create a daemon which will, upon startup, prompt for a password, and then the daemon will store that password as long as it is running. Other scripts will then make a ...