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Open Source software for tracking stolen laptops

The Adenona project at the University of Washington provides an interesting software package.  The Adenona client allows a user to track the whereabouts of their laptop in a secure manner, but without spending money on a monthly service.  While you get what you pay for, one of the cool features is the ability to use Apple's iSight software to take a snapshot of the thief. 




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