How about the classic One Time pad?
An old school OTP (One Time Pad) is perfect encryption as long as:
1) the pads are truly...
I didn't see it mentioned here but 7zip does AES-256.
Full erase implies that the drive actually erases every spot on the disk, although if I wanted to be sure the previous data were completely gone...
I use a utility called USBDLM. It's a service level program that manages USB drives. It can identify TrueCrypt devices and can be scripted to...
Not sure if this would work:
It would be nice to be able to use a regular USB flash drive as a token
One of the features I was looking forward to has been added to TrueCrypt; Security Tokens.
I first understood this to mean a keyfile could be...
Maybe, if that particular program's implementation of AES had a vulnerability it would give an attacker an advantage.
Isn't there a difference between actual code breaking and brute force password cracking?
A more likely scenario would be the government running their own privacy/anonymity service as a means of collecting data.
About as IronKey's...
Trade cards with friends or use found cards.
Use the card but don't fill out the info sheet, or fill it out with bad info.
Tell the cashier...
My first machine was an Ohio Scientific Superboard II, whatever OS it used...
Are you referring to the admin interface of a WiFi router?, If so, it's probably:
192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1 (enter in browser address bar).
First hit when I Goggled "SLCC1":
I have used them concurrently without any problems.
Well, I've dropped DropMyRights/Admin in favor of SuRun/LUA. SuRun is very slick.
How about a portable browser? I use OperaTor for my Tor browsing. There is also xB Browser (formerly TorPark?).
Most of the time I run my own stripped down (via nLite) version of XP Pro. When I get another box I'll be running an Ubuntu variant also.
Some Desktop Search apps can search/index meta data like mp3 tags, comes in handy for large music collections.
1280 x 1024 on a Dell branded Trinitron.
Miranda with plugins for AIM, Yahoo and GoogleTalk.
Is “old data” more susceptible to recovery after secure deletion than a file that only spent a couple minutes on the drive before being securely...
ImgBurn for me also.
Yup. 5.0a is out!
I use the default defrag in WinXP but, I run it from a 2nd OS (also XP) or a boot CD like UBCD4Win. It seems to do a more thorough job when there...
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