How would you do that ...
stefan.vasilev at posteo.ru
Mon May 3 18:46:36 CEST 2021
rjh at sixdemonbag.org wrote:
> I have dealt with a similar problem in real life, as a real problem
> with real people.
> We created a custom Linux environment, burned it to Blu-Ray, and Alice
> crossed the border with her Linux environment tucked into her CD player.
> On the other side she acquired a laptop, Blu-Ray drive, and USB drive
> locally, booted into this custom environment, then flashed her BIOS
> and gave her drives a low-level format.
> Rebooting into Linux (to reduce the likelihood of BIOS-based malware
> being present in memory) she used her system normally, although never
> touching the local hard drive. All storage was on USB stick.
> Prior to departing the country she wiped the laptop hard drive and
> donated it to a school. The Blu-Ray disc and USB drive were physically
> destroyed and discreetly dumped.
Thanks a lot, this sounds very good!
> I am not at liberty to say who Alice was, where she was, or why her
> needs were so extreme. But yes, we actually did this.
Sure, I fully understand!
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