How do you secure your Mac?

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  1. MikeTheC Guest

    MikeTheC

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    This is how I secure my Mac:

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    Free beer "tomorrow" to the first one who recognizes this... :)
     
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    Oh please. Everyone knows the lions continually got their butts kicked until they all got together and formed Voltron. The lions by themselves are weak. You need the other four lions. :D
     
  3. shivermetimbers macrumors 6502

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    My "Mac's" are insured by a 91 pound blue nose pitbull and Glock.
     
  4. MikeTheC thread starter Guest

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    True. However...

    You Won!!!!!!!!one11111!!!

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    toolbox

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    Mine are secured by passwords also there behind a freebsd firewall so no one is getting in and of course the gate keeper!

    Currently it's her rest period.
     

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    I want one of these for the mac pro, but its 100 bucks, not worth it.
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  8. steve2112 macrumors 68040

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    Cool, I'll take free beer any way I can get it. I could use a real one right now, but my employer may frown on that. :)

    Man, I feel like such a geek for recognizing the Voltron lion in about 2 seconds. An old geek at that.
     
  9. shneady macrumors member

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    Yeah, definitely not worth it. What does that cable do when my cheesy ass wire cutters can cut right through that padlock? I like that idea though. Check out HD or Lowe's, I bet you can expand upon it and come up with something much more durable for $20-30.
     
  10. kellen macrumors 68020

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    Not interested in the security of the item, just how it hangs under the desk. I like the look and would be great to have it hang there.

    I have a cheap ikea one and the MP is too heavy for it.
     
  11. shneady macrumors member

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    Ah, I see. That would be tight! I couldn't tell from the pic that it was hanging. That would be cool... I was just caught up on the subject of security :p
     
  12. Qwertylizer macrumors regular

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    I think Mac Pro (PM G5 too) is just so heavy that burglars would just leave it. :D
     
  13. MikeTheC thread starter Guest

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    Trust me; I know how you feel.

    That's Amazing Chuck Norris for you! Since when did he become a cartoon character?
     
  14. steve2112 macrumors 68040

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    And now, thanks to you, I have the Voltron theme stuck in my head. :)

    That screen shot of Chuck is from the Family Guy series. If you haven't seen it, they throw lots of pop culture jokes in the show.
     

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