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Re: Laptop security



Bruno Wolff III wrote:

> Recovery software doesn't help prevent your laptop from being stolen.

all good points and i agree with you. problem being that by time all
procedures are gone thru, laptop may well be long gone, and then
burden of proof' kicks in.

'adeona' sign in is not 'hijack' [or how ever they spell it] tracking.

> Another approach might be to have a way to disable hardware in the machine

ibm had a good idea, but how many laptops where left alone because of it?


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