How Intel wants to backdoor every computer in the world | Intel Management Engine explained

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Yoda

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Q: Why do you think the USA is going batshit crazy anbout Huawei delivering 5G equipment?
A: 'Cause now they’re worried they’ll be beaten at their own game … back doors in [closed] firmware, it’s just too easy.

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This is an extremely security issue, not only because you are relying in the control of one enterprise about all* the computers of the world, but also because if someone is able to hack "this door" it will have the control of all the computers of the world. And on this era, this can be catastrophic (unless that person's purpose is to destroy governments, corruption, and the monetary system, then it could be a better world :slight_smile: )

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If you didn't watch the TV show Mr Robot, do... You'll love it !
Yoda

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Mr Robot is a masterpiece !!! :rainbowyay:

An interesting thing about it is that everything that shows is true (real hacking tools, real knowledge, etc), maybe its the first time in the history where hacking is based in reality and not "magic buttons that you press and the hack happens"

Btw this is a hilarious read (critique), even if some few things are technical lol http://wiki.c2.com/?HollywoodOs and http://nand.net/~demaria/hollywood.txt

  1. Any PERMISSION DENIED has an OVERRIDE function.
  2. The only way to reboot is to shut off the main power to the building.
  3. If a robot's eyes turn red, it becomes evil.
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