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  • phoronix
    started a topic Zero Halliburton S1

    Zero Halliburton S1

    Phoronix: Zero Halliburton S1

    If you are looking for a secure and nearly indestructible way to transport your laptop and other items, Zero Halliburton has a very viable option with their S1-SI Premium Slimline Attache.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=17743

  • uid313
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    Originally posted by xchris View Post
    From my past experience and advice I was given to me, I know that these kind of cases are just an indication -for the criminals- that the owner of that case has something valuable there... I prefer to carry my items into a sh*t looking backpack than being "target"
    Yeah, and put some mustard or ketchup stains on it too so it looks extra shitty.

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  • xchris
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    From my past experience and advice I was given to me, I know that these kind of cases are just an indication -for the criminals- that the owner of that case has something valuable there... I prefer to carry my items into a sh*t looking backpack than being "target"

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  • uid313
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    Handcuffs

    Don't use a handcuff to secure the briefcase to your wrist because in Africa people cut your whole arm off to get that briefcase.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by curaga View Post
    Bike chain? Pfft, go all out on a good chain:
    My bike lock would be one of the good U-locks, not a chain.

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  • curaga
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    Bike chain? Pfft, go all out on a good chain:

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  • FourDMusic
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    But 3 digits is little. I could do a brute-force attack on that. Just do trial-and-error, it shouldn't take too long.
    So true. Even if it took you 3 seconds to try each combination (which is a gross over estimate), it would take ~50 minutes to try ALL of the combinations. It would typically take half that time to get the right combination and less than 3 seconds. So you'd be looking at <20 minutes to crack the case.

    But as Michael said, it's mostly used as a deterrent and to avoid snatch and runs.

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  • uid313
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    Originally posted by Ramiliez View Post
    Umm pretty sure that lock is mechanical thus immune to NFC vulnerabilities
    But 3 digits is little. I could do a brute-force attack on that. Just do trial-and-error, it shouldn't take too long.

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  • Ramiliez
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    Is 3 digits secure?

    Would be pretty cool if you unlocked it with a smartphone over NFC with cryptography.
    Umm pretty sure that lock is mechanical thus immune to NFC vulnerabilities

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  • uid313
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    Is 3 digits secure?

    Is 3 digits secure?

    Would be pretty cool if you unlocked it with a smartphone over NFC with cryptography.

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