We have not yet introduced anti-interdiction support, but now that we have a more solid operational flow with regard to assembly and shipping, we can revisit the anti-interdiction flow. Here is what we cannot and then can do; first we are not legally able to release the schematics, sadly, this is something as we grow leverage we do hope to do, but it will take time to get there; releasing the schematics doesn’t make looking for interdiction or tampering easy for most users.
What we are planning is this order flow:
- User places order, requests anti-interdiction support (+ $99)
- High-resolution photo of motherboard is taken during assembly
- Security seal of center screw, Trammell Hudson’s fuzzy nailpolish approach and photo of security seal
- Tamper resistant tape on inner bag or box and photo of tamper resistant seal
- Photos from #2, #3, and #4 are uploaded to the user’s my account page for viewing
- User receives package, confirms whatever level of anti-interdiction he/she feels comfortable in testing, be that the tamper resistant tape photo matches, or the security seal matches, or the high-resolution photo of the motherboard matches.
This is something that we have been working on for a few months now, such as getting the my account page to display the uploaded photos, getting the assembly flow to include an anti-interdiction section, and to confirm that this will suffice as a good anti-interdiction solution.
If you who are involved in this thread like this approach, or would appreciate to see this implemented, or have comments or suggestions along these lines, please reply here, and we will factor that into our upcoming anti-interdiction offering.
Thanks for the lively and healthy discussion on an important (yet often overlooked) area of security.