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Having a steel cable between your computer and the furniture may help to prevent it from being stolen by a shark, but any thief with serious equipment will be able to cut the cable or lock and take the computer with them
I've never tried one of these before.
but basically, would it prevent people from even booting up the computer ? or at-least getting a password prompt before the Windows screen even appears ?
a) use the password option in the BIOS
TrueCrypt documentation states that TrueCrypt is unable to secure data on a computer if an attacker physically accessed it and TrueCrypt is used on the compromised computer by the user again
The attacker having physical access to a computer can, for example, install a hardware/software keylogger, a bus-mastering device capturing memory, or install any other malicious hardware or software,