Cypherpunk lessons 101 – Smashing your home cloud server with a rock

One of the more popular types of cryptanalysis, or “cracking” a user’s password, is actually often referred to as “whip cryptanalysis”, and it is surprisingly efficient and cheap. Basically, all it requires, is a psychopath, willing to pull out all of your teeth, without anesthesia, or proper tooling, and voila! After a couple of hours of “teething” by an unlicensed dentist, you “voluntarily” supply your password to your home cloud, crying from excruciating pains in the process.

However, there exists an extremely simple solution to reduce the risk of such scenarios, which I demonstrate in the video below. Which is basically based upon completely destroying your own home cloud, if an adversary attempts to break into your home …

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