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I posted an article how to make your hackintosh secure despite not having access to FileVault2.

http://frugalcomputi...hackintosh.html

hopefully this will be useful to someone.

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:)
even under windows, I don't use any kind of firewall :)
Anyway, thx for sharing ~

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This isn't for firewalling. This is for keeping your data secure in case of theft, selling your drives/computer or other such things. This is especially important with SSD drives since they cannot be securely erased.

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On my reading list already, anywho! Thank you for sharing this.

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Great

On my reading list already, anywho! Thank you for sharing this.


Great :) let me know if you run into issues :)

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This isn't for firewalling. This is for keeping your data secure in case of theft, selling your drives/computer or other such things. This is especially important with SSD drives since they cannot be securely erased.


well, running my hdd in my hack notebook, I wasn't afraid of theft :)

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good post although i like to live on the edge





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