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The best security measures can be rendered useless if you don't physically protect your systems. An intruder can steal a computer, server, or smartphone, then crack the password at his leisure. (Source: "Physical access". Wikipedia. Citing: Michael Meyers. ISBN 978-0-07-225345-0. McGraw-Hill Education.)

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Yes, there is a good solution. The Portpilot is a USB power analyzer which gives you control over locking down data and checking modes, http://portpilot.net/. Shoutout to Hak5, it is available at http …
answered May 25 '16 by Knut Gjerden