Then your particular laptop is not a secure product. Imagine scenario where it was stolen.
Good point. It's a Dell. But if I did not have HD encryption anyway, what good would changing the bios do? Allow them to boot whatever external OS of their choosing? So be it. I would have lost the box, but not the data on my HD (unless they really, really, really, want it).
An MIT grad student is turning a bad party night into a product with potential.
An accelerometer keeps track of how often the glass is raised to someone’s lips; a timer helps estimate how intoxicated the person is. The LED inside each cube will light up in green, yellow or red.
“I believe in open-source. My inventions are are open to be hacked, developed and played around,” said Dand. “True innovation are like ideas with wings, once they take birth in a mind, nothing, not even the inventor, can stop them.”
Too bad patents will soon be first to file.
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