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Not agree with Randall on this one. Laptop stealing is very physical, there are way to keep people from physically able to use our active login session, such as make sure the laptop is physically secured when possible, make sure the screen locked out when we are away (we can automate that using bluetooth detection), etc. Root password protect another kind of attack, generally more clandestine one, such as trojan and rootkit installations, which can be more dangerous as we may not be aware it is there. [[User:Arifsaha|Arifsaha]] ([[User talk:Arifsaha|talk]]) 17:06, 6 May 2013 (UTC)
 
Not agree with Randall on this one. Laptop stealing is very physical, there are way to keep people from physically able to use our active login session, such as make sure the laptop is physically secured when possible, make sure the screen locked out when we are away (we can automate that using bluetooth detection), etc. Root password protect another kind of attack, generally more clandestine one, such as trojan and rootkit installations, which can be more dangerous as we may not be aware it is there. [[User:Arifsaha|Arifsaha]] ([[User talk:Arifsaha|talk]]) 17:06, 6 May 2013 (UTC)
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Not going to agree. I use lastpass for passwords, have every (important) site protected with 2fac, and firefox wipe all my userdata everytime I close it, so even if a keylogger is installed, or they have physical access to my device, they can't get to my personal information.  So that covers Facebook, Gmail, Paypal, and the Bank. Everything else is encrypted
 

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