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comment Don't encrypt the hard drive, but make it impossible to change things without a password?
@ArekBulski: interesting idea, but I doubt that my netbook has a GPU strong enough (it's an Intel integrated chip).
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comment Don't encrypt the hard drive, but make it impossible to change things without a password?
I'd encrypt the system, but not the "not-private" partition.
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comment Don't encrypt the hard drive, but make it impossible to change things without a password?
@Philipp: you're right and I accept that. It's just that I'd prefer to be able to detect them (and get I/O errors).
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revised Can the latest glibc DNS vuln be tested on remote servers?
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asked Can the latest glibc DNS vuln be tested on remote servers?
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comment Why did Poitras and Greenwald put their batteries in the fridge?
On Snowden-scale, this amount of paranoia might actually make sense. The question is whether it was for security at all.
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comment Are there any feasible solutions/workarounds for WPA2 hole196 vulnerability as of today?
I see, thanks again. And could clients detect the presence of client isolation reliably?
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comment Are there any feasible solutions/workarounds for WPA2 hole196 vulnerability as of today?
Thanks! Just curious, could client isolation be also enforced at client level?