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Nobody uses floppy disks anymore so why not turn that unused floppy into a convenient way to hide your things from prying eyes...So today I present:
This is relatively easy, just make sure that you don't break the disk. I used a pocket knife and cut the places where the corners are held together. P...
Now you find something you want to hide, in this case I wanted to hide an SD card with some sensitive information (see picture). You can use anything ...
Now we need to cut a space for the object to sit in, I traced and cut an SD card sized hole in the disk
Now you need to put the thing back together. You don't need the soft things but you need the disk. I simply taped the bottom and used the clip to hold...
You are done. I sugest adding a label to your disk to fool those trying to steal your data.
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It's been a while so I thought I'd chime in that you can now get SD cards of 512 GB and 128 GB mSD.
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