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Re: Securing A Database - License Key

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HDD's are not unique, but are random enough for your database to not automatically be able to be run on any other random machine - but there are other secrets you could lift off your machine, if you want something else. HDD is quicker to get at than some things though.
Can you tell us more about the other secrets that can be lifted and how one might get that value.
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