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Aug
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
10
comment 501 Not Implemented error
It could be considered a question about apache and openSSL configuration
Aug
10
asked 501 Not Implemented error
Apr
3
comment Copy-proof flash drive
@laurent As we are speaking theoretically here . As most of crypto algorithms work . we'll be needing a key. So the flash drive we'll contain the OS and encrypted data and the user well have the key. am I right?
Mar
26
comment Copy-proof flash drive
@Psycogeek I know that nothing is completely safe. The task is making it harder for hackers and nearly impossible for average users.
Mar
26
comment Copy-proof flash drive
@laurent I'm fully aware of that. What I'm suggesting is a software that runs on a computer when booting and the computer is used as input for the TV.
Mar
26
comment Copy-proof flash drive
@ulraswblade I agree it wouldn't be safe . But sure it would complicate things a bit more . nothing is 100% safe :)
Mar
26
awarded  Supporter
Mar
26
comment Copy-proof flash drive
How about some live version of linux-based OS that handles the read/write of the encrypted data?That way the OS controls the programs that might record the media.
Mar
25
comment Copy-proof flash drive
The solution can be an encryption solution and this is software
Mar
25
asked Copy-proof flash drive
Oct
9
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Oct
9
accepted Kingston HyperX 4GB and Bus compatibility
Oct
9
comment Kingston HyperX 4GB and Bus compatibility
All the models?
Oct
9
comment Kingston HyperX 4GB and Bus compatibility
I don't know exactly. I'm just considering upgrading my ram. Maybe I can rephrase the question to : If the RAM Bus speed is bigger than the motherboard's will it run?
Oct
9
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Oct
9
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Oct
9
revised Kingston HyperX 4GB and Bus compatibility
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Oct
9
asked Kingston HyperX 4GB and Bus compatibility
Feb
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