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I'm going OG with storing sensitive data (DVD/CDS)

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    filtration Tuskegee Airman
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    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Honestly doesn't seem like a bad idea. Also, couldn't you just burn burn 4.5 gigs worth of encrypted data to a DVD? Keep the password in your brain.
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    Grimace African Astronaut [my enumerable hindi guideword]
    In pristine conditions, you can expect upwards of 20 years of data integrity. Pristine. In real life scenarios, more like 10.
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    filtration Tuskegee Airman
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    Kuntzschutz African Astronaut
    Sensitive data lol yeah right, you mean your child porn collection. When I had a computer, I'd remove the hard drive and boot from a linux distro loaded from a CD, load it into RAM, and then remove the CD itself, so if I got a virus or anything, I'd just reboot and it'd be gone.
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    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by Kuntzschutz Sensitive data lol yeah right, you mean your child porn collection. When I had a computer, I'd remove the hard drive and boot from a linux distro loaded from a CD, load it into RAM, and then remove the CD itself, so if I got a virus or anything, I'd just reboot and it'd be gone.

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    CASPER Soldier of Fourchin
    Thats what I did years ago. Just burned to a DVD in a word document, password protected. Kinda the same reason i preferred flip phones. really easy to destroy.
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    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Originally posted by CASPER Thats what I did years ago. Just burned to a DVD in a word document, password protected. Kinda the same reason i preferred flip phones. really easy to destroy.

    Yeah? I write out binary patterns on a punch card from memory. Get me a stack of paper hustla.
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    Punch cards are more flammable than metal
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    Kuntzschutz African Astronaut
    A thin layer of pyrotechnic mix should suffice to destroy a CD, much faster than some kind of shredder. More permanent too. And it's the side with the writing/paint on it that is most sensitive to destruction, not the other side like most people think. Throw it into a metal/insulated box, and there's not really any risk of fire.
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    CASPER Soldier of Fourchin
    Originally posted by Kuntzschutz A thin layer of pyrotechnic mix should suffice to destroy a CD, much faster than some kind of shredder. More permanent too. And it's the side with the writing/paint on it that is most sensitive to destruction, not the other side like most people think. Throw it into a metal/insulated box, and there's not really any risk of fire.

    Or paint stripper?
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    Kuntzschutz African Astronaut
    Originally posted by CASPER Or paint stripper?

    I don't know, but certain solvents and especially certain acids would likely destroy it pretty thoroughly, as long as someone didn't take it out in time.
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    Obbe Alan What? [annoy my right-angled speediness]
    I'm not trying to pry, but what sort of information does the average person need kept secret and disposable?
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    Kuntzschutz African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Obbe I'm not trying to pry, but what sort of information does the average person need kept secret and disposable?

    Lists of CEOs, politicians, judges, prosecutors, law enforcement, data fusion center ops, intelligence agency operatives, etc, all marked for death.

    Critical points of infrastructure that will be targeted.

    In other words, CHILD PORN!
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