paperkey // ? feature request
faramir.cl at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 07:54:22 CET 2009
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Robert J. Hansen escribió:
> Faramir wrote:
>> Right, but if I understood it well, he had done more than 700 calls
>> from a rechargeable prepaid card... that is not a disposable card.
> That wasn't his problem. That was, honestly, mostly irrelevant.
> This was his problem: when you're trying to cover your tracks, there are
> literally hundreds, if not thousands, of ways you can screw up. You
> have to cover up all of them. The people hunting you only have to
> uncover one.
Well, some time ago I realized if I were a spy, I would already be a
And by the way, I already checked my USB flash drives (thanks for the
advice, David), and it's right, DataTravelers have serial numbers, and
surprisingly, Microlab devices also have serial numbers... I thought
maybe these were generic enough to don't have them...
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