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On 10/1/2014 8:27 PM, Rich Braun wrote:
> So: the dog-cage idea.

Laugh if you want but I'm quite serious. I picked on dog cages because 
they're strong and reasonably mobile until you remove the wheels and 
bolt them down. Or chain to a couple of concrete blocks. Or embed in 
concrete. Or whatever. Any similar, heavy duty cage will do, and do 
better than using a lock cable because it prevents chassis access.

Good data security starts with good physical security.

> Maybe I'll commission a sculpture artist to help implement this idea?

Sure. Run with it.

Got an ornamental fire place? Know a blacksmith? Have him make a wrought 
iron server cage for your fire place and put one of those fake fire 
frames at the front to conceal it.

Rich P.

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