Hear sirens

Joseph Parker
Joseph Parker

hear sirens
delete hard drive

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Jordan Gutierrez
Jordan Gutierrez

every time

Eli Russell
Eli Russell

*Hides Uriel's body*

Xavier Rivera
Xavier Rivera

not using 256GB MicroSD cards, so in the event of raid one can simply throw them in the microwave
Nigga what

Parker Mitchell
Parker Mitchell

Implying you'd hear sirens before they broke down your door

Justin Myers
Justin Myers

If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear user
You shouldn't be worried because the people that make sure you're safe know what you watch on a late wednesday night.

Henry Carter
Henry Carter

why not just encrypt it with veracrypt?
deleted data can be recovered btw.

you are always guilty until proven innocent, a hacker can plant bad stuff on your drive to frame you, that's why you keep it encrypted.
people go to prison for life for crimes they didn't commit all the time.

Lincoln Foster
Lincoln Foster

not just sticking it up your ass

Nigga what

Sebastian Williams
Sebastian Williams

noy just putting them into your pee hole
Nigga what

Cameron Young
Cameron Young

implying you can run win 10 on a MicroSD card at decent speeds

retard.

Christian Ward
Christian Ward

Wanting privacy
Runs Windows 10
Thank you for the laugh user <3

Grayson Anderson
Grayson Anderson

not using thermite or muratic acid to destroy your drives
you might as well say "yes officer, i did just download those hundreds of gigabytes of snuff footage

Jayden Walker
Jayden Walker

what if i want both privacy and video games?

it's easy to be a retard and just abandon games, but how about you accept my challenge and provide me with a solution to my question?

Jackson Butler
Jackson Butler

Implying thermite is capable of erasing the magnetic signatures on a hdd.
Just do what does

Tyler Moore
Tyler Moore

see disco lights outside the window
immediately run script that runs DBAN on every drive 10 times each
have drives labeled, so as each one finishes I immediately disconnect them from my computer
use large neodymium magnet on them
chuck into drive crusher than destroys them in a single motion
backups are in an unknown place in the desert which they will never find

Easton Reyes
Easton Reyes

he's probably gonna say some bullshit like "hurr durr use the Win7 patch for Ryzen"
that's what the acid is for, in case the thermite doesn't work

Jack Flores
Jack Flores

So nice of the police to give you a few moments of warning before the raid

Logan Lewis
Logan Lewis

implying you'll have enough time to do DBAN on every drive 10 times each before they barge in
retard.
"backups are in an unknown place in the desert which they will never find"
yeah sure i bet a lazy fuck neet has energy to drive every week to a desert to update his backups.
cool story bro.

Isaac Sanchez
Isaac Sanchez

Ch-ch-challenge accepted
Have a completely offline Windows PC. To get games download the pirated versions on a linux machine (preferably ARM) and adopt a sneakernet to move games between the two.
Information goes in the Windows PC but not out.
This should render all keyloggers, miners, botnets and backdoors useless.

Your fucked for multiplayer games though, gl with that.

Angel Hernandez
Angel Hernandez

hear tornado siren
start backing up my hard drive

Caleb Gomez
Caleb Gomez

no multiplayer and more expenses for a second computer and hassles.

why not just use VeraCrypt and full disk encrypt?

that way no matter whatever bad stuff they think you have there, they can't read it.

Lucas Bailey
Lucas Bailey

You might be interested in this if you have not seen it already.
youtube.com/watch?v=-bpX8YvNg6Y

Lucas Jenkins
Lucas Jenkins

Wants privacy
Wants multiplayer
$CURRENT_YEAR
These are not compatible

I confess I do not have much experience with VeraCrypt. My disk encryption experience is pretty much confined to dm-crypt.
With that in mind, unless VeraCrypt is some kind of wonder tool that I have yet to discover and is remarkably different to dm-crypt, disk/partition encryption is still vulnerable to privacy stripping malware such as the ones I mentioned.

If you didn't want a second computer then I suppose you could make do with a VM. The performance would be a catastrophic however.

Ian Rodriguez
Ian Rodriguez

Sick reference

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