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Wish they sold one big enough to put on your head to keep the aliens from reading our minds.
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Wish they sold one big enough to put on your head to keep the aliens from reading our minds.
Costco heavy duty tinfoil it even blocks the covid 5g
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Have RFID sleeves from my bank. Not too worried about the FOB though. I live in such a rural place only a raccoon, deer, bobcat, coyote, or any other wild animal would have to become criminal. Of course, if someone tried to approach me, it wouldn't end well for them either.
Raccoons are notorious criminals. Don't you watch the news from Disney+?
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Costco heavy duty tinfoil it even blocks the covid 5g
I prefer layering it with their parchment paper so it's foil, paper, foil
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Makes a great gift! Bought one for my brother, Chuck.
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Raccoons are notorious criminals. Don't you watch the news from Disney+?



laugh out loudlaugh out loudlaugh out loud Well, yes they are. I've had to chase them out of my car in the past but they were just looking for food. I don't even lock my car doors where I live. I do live in a very rural area. They are good at stealing my bird and squirrel feeders though. I setup some cams to find out who was behind it and sure enough it was one of those mask wearing bandits.
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This is nuts and anyone who falls for this is buying into some weird technobabble fearmongering. There are way easier ways to steal your car that don't require a masters in electrical engineering. Too much work and way too expensive when you can just use a brick to smash the window and hot wire the car.
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Damn trash pandas!
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This is nuts and anyone who falls for this is buying into some weird technobabble fearmongering. There are way easier ways to steal your car that don't require a masters in electrical engineering. Too much work and way too expensive when you can just use a brick to smash the window and hot wire the car.
I thought most modern cars are equipped with anti-theft chips. Without the chip, you can't start the car. This gadget can only open the car if they can decode the fob frequency, but not actually start it. Again, someone would just throw a brick and why bother with such an expensive hack device.
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I may be behind the times with theft technology, but the last I knew the fobs were vulnerable to having the token stolen when they were actually used.
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I read a few months ago, from a reputable source, that RFID blocking wallets are unnecessary, because none of the American credit card companies issue cards with an RFID chip yet. (at least in the U.S.)
I don't know about the rest of the world.....
Bank of America is already issuing credit cards with tap to pay
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