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Wow, this has turned into some kind of discussion, indeed..

I don't know much about encryption, but at least it's good to hear bitlocker is still unbroken as of today, whoosh, that was a relief to hear, err read that is..

There is never a shortage of opinions anywhere you go, though, filtering & assessing information is a skill most would do well to obtain. Not all information is beneficial, but in the world of technology, specifically as an IT Tech, this sort of information may pop up in a question by a client, so though it may not be news, it's important to understand the information may be useful to someone...

If there is a viable solution or method available which is easy to use, but more importantly secure & safe, it would be great to share that kind information to the viewers here at overclock.net, otherwise rambling on about what people say or think is definitely just wasting time...

Try to keep your post relevant to the topic and keep the politics out, thanks..
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256-bit Encrypted Vitual Machine....
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Good thing I don't keep any incriminating evidence of illegal activity on my computer. And I'm not paranoid enough to think that someone would go to great lenghts to frame me.
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I don't have anything on my computer either, but it's the principle of the matter. I'd rather gun down feds as they kick down my door than let them take my computer.
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I don't have anything on my computer either, but it's the principle of the matter. I'd rather gun down feds as they kick down my door than let them take my computer.
so what happens if you don't gun them all down? you die and your computer gets taken regardless.
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so what happens if you don't gun them all down? you die and your computer gets taken regardless.
At least I get remembered as a 2nd/4th amendment hero.

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Oh come on, I figured everyone would get a kick out of that screenshot....
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Oh come on, I figured everyone would get a kick out of that screenshot....
Sorry, bro. Just not funny enough.
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What do you mean? Is this some indicator to a Keylogger or some one hacking you?
Every operating system is a key logger. X-Windows is a key logger, Windows Aero is a key logger. The basic system is a key logger. So key loggers are as common as can be. It's just a matter of if you can keep the key logging on the private machine without it being sent someplace.
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