My one-two knockout punch on my USB key consists of TiddlyWiki and TrueCrypt. Using the two together allows me to keep a password-protected area on my USB key. That means I can carry passwords and sensitive information on my USB key without fear of a security breach if my keys are misplaced are stolen. While I haven’t tested it yet, word is that the new version of TrueCrypt is compatible not just with Windows but wi
M: I'm currently downloading a password cracker to deal with this machine.
me: That's got to be the only time I'm ever going to hear that downloading a password cracker is considered actual, legitimate work.
Originally: "You must know the rules to break them creatively."
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