On Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at 2:30:38 PM UTC-5, Patrick Schleizer wrote:
> How strong should the SRK password strength be? Should it be as strong
> as a password for full disk encryption?
> 
> Is it sane to use same password as SRK password as well as for full disk
> encryption?
> 
> Cheers,
> Patrick

Another analog thing: one can exchange your laptop into a similar model and 
place it into your room and you type your password into "your" computer, but 
this one captures it and reports it to $agencies.
So paint your laptop with glitter paint and make a photo in a secure 
environment. So faking the random distribution of the particles is impossible, 
so one can just compare the pictures to be sure to have your machine.
Just to be sure, and it looks cool :-)

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