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    Computer Security

    Having read this thread, I've started the dangerous act of thinking. What hardware security is there out there for computer at a reasonable price?

    Choice people... that's what I want.

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    only ones i have seen for business is basic laptop and baseunit locks, basically like a bike chain that locks to your desk. then there obvious locks to stop u getting into the side panel. the best thing really is removable hardrives which u take out at the end of the night and put into a safe

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    Yeah, my case has fixing for locks and I'm going to make use of those.

    Anybody seen any device that make good use of >20 000 volts? (I'll leave it up to you to decide whether I'm joking )
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    Buy a safe, put the PC inside, drill a hole at the back of the safe to feed all the wiring through it, lock the safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proplus
    Buy a safe, put the PC inside, drill a hole at the back of the safe to feed all the wiring through it, lock the safe.
    Cooling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kez
    Cooling?
    *sigh*

    put the entire safe into a fridge......

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    There are drive locks which are inserted into a floppy drive and it simutaniously blocks off the floppy drive and the optical drive above it.

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