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[liberationtech] Ubuntu Privacy Remix remix?

Matt Johnson railmeat at gmail.com
Wed Nov 6 10:54:34 PST 2013


I fail grasp the utility of such and offline computer. If you keep a
computer air gaped as you describe you will not be able to do much
with it.

What do you want the air gaped computer for?

--
Matt Johnson

On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 9:18 AM, Griffin Boyce <griffin at cryptolab.net> wrote:
> anon14959 at Safe-mail.net wrote:
>> I am really really sorry, but dude, what does **offline** mean to you?
>
>   Buy a dedicated machine for your offline activities, physically remove
> the wireless card(s), disable the bluetooth module, and remove all
> network drivers.
>
>   If something is fully air-gapped forever, then operating system is
> virtually irrelevant.  There are sufficiently advanced removable-media
> exploits that can hitch a ride on your USB sticks and external hard
> drives and even your PDFs.  For ~additional~ levels of protection,
> remove your hard drive entirely and use an easily-discarded operating
> system like Whonix or even Puppy Linux on a CD.
>
> ~Griffin
>
> --
> Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.
>
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> OTR: saint at jabber.ccc.de
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