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The secret service lobby has optimized modern mobile devices to be completely reprogrammable to function as a spybug or trigger self-destruction through wirelessly installable trojans (let's call them "Stuxnet") taking control over alleged remote-maintenance features. Did you never ask why iPad Air contains 2 highly flammable LiPo battery cells and a ...


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Theres 2 types of MFP's that I have seen: Those meant for SOHO/Consumer. Those does rarely have any permanent storage for documents, rather its a Little flash area that stores configuration data only. If the configuration contains sensitive information, a factory reset is enough to clear information. They very often use standard SDRAM sticks (either SODIMM ...


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Here's a pretty helpful article in case you haven't seen it: http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/it-security/the-truth-about-copier-hard-drives-tips-for-securing-your-data/ The short version is that there are some loose standards but not every vendor will adhere, so YMMV. Either do some research before buying and make sure you know what you're getting into, or ...


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I guess you only want to use one USB port at a time (you could use a hub to this port in the few cases you need more ports) and you intend to keep this macbook until its out of service. (eg, it does not matter if some USB ports gets destroyed). Then I would suggest filling all USB ports except one with Expoxy glue. The port you select to be open would ...



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