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After troublesome install, EnGarde proves it's secure

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 74.163.12.113] on March 13, 2008 06:03 AM
Besides you could mirror that data real quick after compressing it, cpio/scp with rzip or lzma26, scan the drive with data externally from other system while this drive with data is not running. Yea then it would be ok, but just because you have a drive with data this shouldn't prohibit you from maintaining as much lockdown as you can. You have all kinds of ways to dd data to somewhere for a sec and then put it back on. You do mean data right? Not a windows installation on that "other" partition I hope.

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