Home Security/Safety Tips

 

Very Basic and Practical Primer on Home Security and Safety.

Remember: By Executing the Fundamentals of Anything you can Increase your Chances of Success by 50%!

Don’t Neglect the Basics.

Prepare Now or Pay Later.

Real Talk: Are Your Bumper Stickers Giving the World Too Much Info?

Real Talk: Are Your Bumper Stickers Giving the World Too Much Info?

 

I have said this many times: DO NOT put any type of political or pro-gun shit on your vehicle.

It’s crass and really DUMB.

Always strive to be the guy who they never see coming.

Antifa Intel Report

Antifa Intel Report

 

LOCAL LOCAL LOCAL!

If there is one thing to re-emphasize in these dangerous times it is to ALWAYS stay CURRENT about enemy activity in your neck of the woods.

“It would be fairly easy to dismiss this group as a bunch of 20 something soyboy cucks who are cosplaying the revolutionary role while still living at home with mom and dad. That would be a mistake. While it is accurate that they are a bunch of man-children who still live at home and have no real career, this group is much more than that.

They have organization, a decent command and control network, funding enough for travel, attorneys, equipment, and an extensive propaganda network. Their members are motivated and becoming better equipped and trained by the minute.”

A Safe and Secure Way to Decommission a Hard Drive | (ISC)² Article

Survival Homestead

Pay particular attention to damaging the platters inside the hard drives where data is magnetically recorded” says UMich.edu.

Hard drives will typically have several platters mounted on the same spindle. See featured image. Be thorough.

Hard disk with platter

Physical destruction is generally considered the most secure and permanent type of data destruction, but this must be done to a provable level, as even a small piece of a disk may contain data. Typical techniques include grinding, shredding, incineration, applying corrosive chemicals, or applying extremely high voltage.

(ISC)² Article

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Lessons from Four Carjackings: Learning How to Stop Them