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Kensington Anti-Theft Computer Key Lock

When it comes to computer security, you can't be too careful. Laptop computers are portable, lightweight, expensive and can hold a wealth of valuable and sometimes irreplaceable information. Theft of laptop computers is a real problem, but luckily there are simple solutions to ensure the safety of your valuable device. Kensington anti-theft key lock devices consist of a long cable that secures your computer to an immovable object such as a table or bench.

How Computer Locks Work

There are a variety of computer locks on the market, and each work in a similar way. A long cable made from braided steel secures your laptop or computer to any immovable object. Some offices and public places like cafes have installed anchor points that allow users to make use of Kensington computer security solutions. The most common types of Kensington computer locks are key locks and combination locks, although anti-theft locks and kits with fingerprint readers are also available.

High-Risk Places for Computer Security

Anytime you leave your computer or laptop in a public place, you are leaving yourself open to computer theft. The most common culprits are cafes, public libraries, schools, and universities, although anywhere where a stranger could potentially have access to your computer could also be a problem. It is a good idea to get into the habit of securing your computer with a Kensington computer anti-theft key lock anytime you'll be taking your computer away from home, giving you the greatest chance of keeping your computer, and your sensitive data, secure.

Using A Kensington Combination Lock

If you're thinking of using a Kensington anti-theft combination lock, you will need to create a four-digit pin that you can remember, but that no one else will easily be able to guess. Kensington combination locks come pre-set with the combination 0000, and this can easily be changed with the included Kensington reset tool.

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