Re: [Full-disclosure] mac trojan in-the-wild



On 11/2/07, reepex <reepex@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I guess you never heard of full disk encryption, finger print readers, or
caged machines.

Well, caged machines fall outside of the "dont have physical security" issue.

Finger Print readers dont have anything to do with Physical Security,
unless they are tied to encryption software

as for the full disk encryption: You got me there. That will protect you

-JP




On Nov 2, 2007 3:51 PM, Dude VanWinkle <dudevanwinkle@xxxxxxxxx > wrote:

On 11/2/07, J. Oquendo <sil@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
Dude VanWinkle wrote:

A program installed under false pretenses that will give the
author/distributer remote access to the victim machines.

Right... Guess those local are not a threat.

?? Local to the machine??

all prevention methods fail if physical security is compromised.

There is nothing short of hooking a claymore to the inside of your
case that will stop someone knowledgeable who has physical access to
your machine from doing whatever they want



Vranisaprick is that you


?


-JP




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