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Re: SV: root passwd



begin  Anders B Jansson (hdw_(_at_)_kallisti_(_dot_)_se) quotation (Fri, Oct 20, 2000 at 09:33:43PM +0200):
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> Then I've got a trick question.
> How do you secure a laptop?
> 
> I've got a laptop, with highly (IMnsHO) sensitive data on.
> The laptop is used to sign PGP keys (so you can guess what the data
> is).

Passphrase protect your PGP key.

> Anyone having an idea of how to secure it without always carrying it
> around or having to put it in a safe. 

Encrypted filesystem would be a start.


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