[Cialug] OT: Macbook for sale
Dave Hala Jr
dave at 58ghz.net
Wed Dec 16 11:25:47 CST 2009
Krav Maga originated in Israel, and they spend a lot of time working on
knife fighting. My guess is that Israeli forces plant knife's in stuff
On Wed, 2009-12-16 at 10:54 -0600, Josh More wrote:
> I'm pretty sure that even in Israel, they have to at least plant a knife
> in the laptop bag before shooting it.
> You know, procedure and all.
> -Josh More, RHCE, CISSP, NCLP, GIAC
> morej at alliancetechnologies.net
> >>> Afan Pasalic <afan at afan.net> 12/16/09 10:25 AM >>>
> Dave Hala Jr wrote:
> > Well, I guess your only option would be an encrypted usb drive hidden
> > a body cavity.
> > Personally, as an American, I wouldn't even consider traveling
> > in the middle east or to countries with similiar laws.
> I'm from "such a country", Bosnia. though, I don't think there is such a
> law, in any country. it's about morons they take the law in their hands
> and behave as "lawmakers".
> recently I visited my parent there with two laptops and two netbooks.
> half was mine and half presents. all security officers in every country
> was laughing at me. I was lucky none stopped me questioning.
> I don't think there is law in Israel saying "kill any suspected laptop
> with 3 shots. if OS is linux - 4 shots. if visitor is carrying desktop
> - kill the case leave the monitor"
> > :) Dave
> > On Wed, 2009-12-16 at 10:02 -0600, Matthew Nuzum wrote:
> >> On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 9:43 AM, Dave Hala Jr <dave at 58ghz.net> wrote:
> >> How about encrypting your data and storing "in the cloud" or
> >> just
> >> working online in cloud. Then you'd just be carrying a more
> >> less
> >> blank laptop.
> >> Well, if you're travelling to a far away country you'll have some
> >> to burn on the airplane. Would be nice to use your computer during
> >> that time which, presumably, you'll be offline.
> >> If you use google gears or some other system that lets you work
> >> locally while offline then you defeat the purpose of the encryption.
> >> Plus, some countries that are very hostile to some things you might
> >> want to hide also have poor international bandwidth.
> >> --
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