Photocopier Security, anything you copied is at risk.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alaskachick, Jan 18, 2013.

  1. alaskachick

    alaskachick A normally quiet snow monkey

    You HAVE to see this. I don't often post....this is important. I apologize if its been posted before, but I dont have time to look through all the old posts in here.

    I am wondering what I have "out there, somewhere" :)
  2. scrapman21009

    scrapman21009 Chupacabra Hunter

    Even on most old copiers without hard drives you can pull negative images off of a film roll in the toner drum.
  3. alaskachick

    alaskachick A normally quiet snow monkey

    Now I am even more scared!!!!!!!! ;)
  4. kellory

    kellory An unemployed Jester, is nobody's fool. Banned

    Note to self "remove hard-drive with 12ga, replete as necessary."
    alaskachick likes this.
  5. chelloveck

    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    Some photocopier secrets.....

    Are best kept can know too much!
  6. Tikka

    Tikka Monkey+++

    Most old copy machines are sold overseas where they are broken down. Although I don't know, I'd bet the contents of some HDs were read by some not the ones from the public library. ;)

    A Silicon Graphics (Unix workstations) field serviceman told me that a Military sites, any and all HDs are put in a device similar looking to a large microwave with no glass in the door. The box had thick walls; a few inches thick. Under the service contract, bad components are swapped for a replacement. Here, they zapped the drive before he could take it. He said out of curiosity at the office they tried to read the drive and the info on it was totally gone. He said firmware chips were hosed also.
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