"Secret" 3G Intel Chip Gives Snoops Backdoor PC Access

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Armworm
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I recently learned that there's a bricking service offered for stolen cell phones. After reading this thread, I'm certain that I never want to opt in. I don't want anyone else to have control over my devices.

Jodiendo
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I forgot to tell you>
I had the same experience,
the only difference was that my Toshiba laptop started to levitate in mid air!, like a flying persian carpet

then my clone desktop PC, decided to dance "La Macarena",

then my LG Smartphone was just laughing AT ALL THIS MESS!

I forgot to tell you guys, I was just dreaming during my sleep!

trisq

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Enlightening talk. Not a dream. http://youtu.be/b0w36GAyZIA

Sim
Sim
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Thanks for the link. Jacob Appelbaum is great and his passion for freedom and true knowledge is really inspiring for me. Do you know which kind of computer he is using?

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eon
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I have not read this topic in its entirety, but double check your Intel CPU's specifications for Anti-Theft Technology and vPRO to be marked off as "No"