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DNA tagging of components help?

Hi

So would DNA tagging the computer components be bad?

https://www.selectadna.co.uk/faqs

https://www.selectadna.co.uk/dna-asset-marking

And do you think if something is wrong with the newly bought components that the companies would say the warranty is cancelled because I DNA tagged it?

Even though I'd just like put it on a spot where it doesn't come into contact with the tech of the component?

Where do you think it'd be okay to place on a motherboard, gpu, nvme ssd etc? ALSO... would it fuck up the CPU if you put any on that? I mean... on the surface where you also put the thermal paste... I kinda probably think it might do something, but I'm not sure so?

 

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24 minutes ago, OnyxArmos said:

DNA tagging..?

If I were to guess, I'd say it's a method of knowing if you opened something (a laptop for example). A medium applied to certain parts could be used to store dna and confirm tampering.

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GTX 1050

16GB DDR3

Samsung evo SSD

a few HDD's

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1 minute ago, Terryv said:

If I were to guess, I'd say it's a method of knowing if you opened something (a laptop for example). A medium applied to certain parts could be used to store dna and confirm tampering.

Don't guess here is the answer from the link I put in the second line of my original post:

https://www.selectadna.co.uk/faqs

" Q. What information is held on the microdots?
A. The customers unique selectaDNA registration code, along with our LPS1224 database website address, where the customers details are held. This allows the Police to be able to identify property 24/7."

Bonus "how to use selectaDNA": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl6hToJQn1E

 

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There's noone that can help with these questions?

Does anyone know another forum with https:// in front of their website url that can help with these questions?

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On 11/24/2018 at 9:34 PM, Terryv said:

If I were to guess, I'd say it's a method of knowing if you opened something (a laptop for example). A medium applied to certain parts could be used to store dna and confirm tampering.

no, it's used to identify stolen goods

 

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I have insurance, but I want anyone who'd dare enter my home without permission to be punished and DNA tagging equipment is the way to go for that for people to be found, judged and sentenced. So it's a good proof tool and new addition to my other systems. I have bought it and used it on my other stuff (I have nothing left of value since a break-in 3 years ago though, but I want to protect my first real computer (They didn't steal the one I have now because it's TRASH lol/I can only play a few bit games on it) or at least get people punished for stealing it and entering my home to get it if they do) I just wanted to know if some spots were better than others to put it on on the computer components I'll buy.

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