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Comment: It's not as unsecure as you'd think (Score 1) 163

by chemosh6969 (#44251741) Attached to: Russian Federal Guard Service "Upgrades" To Electric Typewriters
Unlike a computer, a typewriter isn't going to get a keylogger installed by clicking on a link that's on a piece of paper. They're also within a security group, so there's some decent security going on with them. They aren't just leaving them out in unlocked buildings all day.

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