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I haven't seen anything on it but just like you did by looking up the company to check their stack anybody else can also. So while stickers on laptops can be telling there's usually more reliable means for information gathering including looking for job offers(past and present) from the company
ananaszjoe101516dThis doesn't work in environments where multiple companies are set up - you wouldn't know which sticker describes which company's stack. Unless you go read tags individually of course
JoshBent2569816d@PerfectAsshole @linuxxx fair point, wanted to mention the situation where there's no stack publicly available on their website, but then there's pretty much always still job offers. Oh well was a fun idea though haha
@ananaszjoe that's indeed true too, though it's more rare to find multiple companies in just one building around here I believe, so it could be still a way to get that.
hash-table173115dThis has been brought up as a security issue in past. There were talks at defcon about it.
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