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April 25, 2022, 8:41 a.m. | /u/dalbeattie-lk8161

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For me, it's creating a Guest account or if they are using my admin account, putting really confidential files into an encrypted DMG or sparsebundle, and making sure the password is memorable to me but obscure to them. I can then copy the files out the encrypted DMG and erase the encrypted DMG afterward if needed.

I'm talking mainly about strategies where the threat level is low and the threat model is just about keeping confidential things secure, but you …

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