7 Replies Latest reply: Jul 21, 2013 9:04 PM by steve359
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I made the mistake of loaning my old PowerBook to a PC person who ostensibly wanted "to learn how Macs work."  That person is now estranged and being extremely vindictive, and I'm having trouble getting my PowerBook back.  I know, I was an idiot.


Everything that's on the PowerBook is also on my current Mac, so I can afford to lose the info.  However, I really can't afford to have it in someone else's hands (particularly not this person's hands).  I'm a prime candidate for identity theft.


The Aluminum G4 12-inch PowerBook is running Tiger … and so can't connect to the Cloud.


Is there any way to wipe it remotely?  Or otherwise disable it?


All insights welcome.  Thank you.

PowerBook, iOS 4.3.3