RE: Re:Read physical memory

I do stand corrected on the make/break problem. :slight_smile:

Gary G. Little
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http://www.wiebetech.com/products/HotPlug.php

That’s not the one that I’m thinking of, but I think that it works the same
way.

As far as your points about the forensics lab, I haven’t really read this
thread and wasn’t commenting on that, and obviously this would only work in
some cases, some of which are common in law enforcement/federal circles;
I’ve also seen a device (custom) like this used to move a couple of
important servers servers without bringing them down.

mm


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