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That is the crux - it would matter a great deal if you had to "crack" the system without leaving traces - no traces is nearly impossible, unless you really want to get sophisticated.
Just out of curiosity, is there some sort of "don't write anything to the hard drive" option that can be turned on with a linux boot CD that would allow you to use someone's hardware without leaving any traces?
 
Just out of curiosity, is there some sort of "don't write anything to the hard drive" option that can be turned on with a linux boot CD that would allow you to use someone's hardware without leaving any traces?
Yes, but as I said, it depends on how sophisticated you want to get.

For example:
It is not practical in most environments to have high security applied to workstations. But one or more of the less intrusion barriers would increase the time to break in and would increase the probability of exposure to the hacker. This would increase the probability of management acceptance of usage of these tools by legitimate support personnel trying to solve a difficult problems.

I have tools that allow me to actually read existing passwords, but your average person, not even deserving the title of "hacker/cracker", will be able to find crack tools that leave traces. If you don't know exactly who was at which workstation at what time, then this will suffice. Again, cost/benefit...
 
Probably because once I was using the Linux CD with a computer without a HD...
 
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