I am, among other things, a huge crypto-geek. Privacy is something that I’m passionate about, and thanks to the Raspberry Pi, you can improve your privacy by printing your own one time pads using our Internet of Things thermal printer and the pi’s hardware random number generator.
While you are at it, why not secure your final system in a custom 3D printed enclosure, with (bonus points!) the serial number printed right on the outside? (Download this handy OpenSCAD box generator to help you make one of these, or follow any of the other suggestions in the guide for how to secure your system.)
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