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The attack works by exploiting the JTAG debugging ports built into the computer. ) Imagine all kinds of mickey mouse obscurity magic packet crap is enabled by default? So unless you're routing all your packets through some cloud analysis service that knows about that particular malware traffic pattern, you're going to see bupkis by default.Many devices including the IME and USB are connected to these ports, but they are supposed to be segmented. And they're not going to know about it until they finally do - maybe months? And even if they/you do spot it, there's no strong guarantee you can clear it out without RMA'ing your hardware. • November 19, 2017 AM Brave Browser has rolled out the next phase of its platform by allowing users to donate directly to You Tube stars anonymously and securely using Bitcoin: https:// This is just one part of Brave’s ambitious plan to change the paradigm of how the web is monetized (while als protecting user privacy).And you’re sitting there going, ‘This is the guy who makes the decision about whether my company succeeds or fails? I have 2 whole FB friends who are actual friends who happen to be on FB. The article also mentioned that one of the explicit purposes for the US military's interest in social media is to leverage it as a propaganda tool, or rather, an anti-2nd-world-radicalization platform. The next step is genetic modification (GMH) to ensure 'consistent' and 'reliable' behavior. A process I have described befor along with gelding and gouging, and one or two other entertainments from the time...I, too, don't believe in friending people I haven't met. If effective, this sort of operation would be more efficient for a nation's interests than engaging in conventional war. IT IS ONLY THEN, THAT WE WILL ACHIEVE ULTIMATE UTOPIA!!! However the one that sticks most in my mind is "boiling alive" not because of the process but the reason given for the punishment originally.I am guessing the idiots handling patent approval would blindly approve the patent application. Sect1=PTO2&Sect2=HITOFF&p=1&u=/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html&r=1&f=G&l=50&co1=AND&d=PG01&s1=20170323294&OS=20170323294&RS=20170323294 • November 18, 2017 AM Cheap COTTONMOUTH-1 replacement You can but it for less than ten US dollars: https:// This surveillance device has an impressive set of features: https://ha.cking.ch/s8_data_line_locator/ I can hardly believe buying/selling this device is legal. • November 18, 2017 AM 1 for getting outside more @tired not exactly "optimistic vibes", but from the, to me, humorous far side: ... We won't really need Ai in the future, except in the Io T. ) of fleshybots, 'thinking' becomes unnecessary, and even dangerous. 3 pix with your face tagged = it's you 300 pix with faces = ???• November 18, 2017 AM @ Clive Robinson Thanks a lot for the information you shared with us on last friday squid blogging! “This eighteen-year-old punk kid shows up,” Dariani told me, describing a typical meeting with potential sponsors, “and he’s talking about how things are ‘retarded’ and making fart jokes and not listening to your team with a hundred years of experience. But then you’re terrified.” https:// On a more dysthymic note, however, this reminds me of Trump's leadership of a country. Precisely out of fear over how unfriending might create an international incident, I unfriended no one, I simply removed all pix, convos and left the news feeds on. • November 18, 2017 AM You all know that urban legend that viruses are written by AV companies themselves? https:// • November 18, 2017 PM @tyr My link didn't include the details of the content of that US military leak. Anyone who thought that their social media posts were only viewed by friends should understand that "friends" is essentially equated with "public", or worse, the Eye of Sauron (in my idealistic 'privacy advocate' mind, at least). • November 18, 2017 PM @Wael, You may ask a friend. @Winston, "AI is now officially a religion." I like the sound of that. Robert Sapolsky didn't say so, but he implies that someday, specific undesirable behavior may controllable with drugs. The old joke said "Hand drawn and quoted" to match "Hung drawn and quatered".I can't wait to see the explanation for spying on American citizens.The best RT underliner on the news today has NATO apologizing for putting Erdogans name on their enemies listing. I'm gonna need a bigger popcorn machine if this keeps on. • November 18, 2017 AM "I can't wait to see the explanation for spying on American citizens." If they're doing an investigation into a known crime it's not spying, it's an investigation.
The security and privacy ramifications are substantial if this vision comes to pass. • November 18, 2017 PM Here is a discussion between Anders, Clive, and 65535 about the use of Win2K pro or Win2K server as an alternative to Intel's new chips including skylake and newer intel processors which seem to have a relatively big back door via a successful proof of concept USB-JTAG hack associate with scamming Intel's ME/AMT out of band system. The question about Win2K feasibility is fairly well hashed out but some question remain [from the previous squid thread].
Is the risk/reward favorable to using Win2k behind a NAT firewall? https:// https:// [To repeat, the above post will link you to most of the discussion on Win2K usage] Any comments on Win2K Pro or Server version as a method of avoiding being scammed?
• November 18, 2017 PM This is the hack that started the above discussion.
I think it will, eventually; if robots are analogous to our corporeal bodies, then AI is analogous to the mind. This movement detailed below is a way to welcome our new overlords (through appeasement? Or maybe it's a cynical business plot to capture the first mover advantage in a new market. Which is truly a positive development in the overall state of security/privacy. • November 18, 2017 PM "In Medieval Times, how were punners punished? Since y'all were 0 for 2, I made it a little easier. This hack can take over the Intel ME system and the entire MS OS. Anders gets the discussion rolling: @Clive Robinson "why I repeatedly talk about using pre 2005 or even 2000 hardware for security reasons"- Clive "I hear you.
Probably the latter to some extent since the gods haven't even been created yet and we don't yet know their motives. Which is truly a positive development in the overall state of security/privacy. • November 18, 2017 PM "Oh, rumour has it a model T ford car can not be hacked by an ten year old with a harmonica from fifty feet away." I genuinely laughed at that comment. " (see what I did there) "They were drawn and quoted." ------- "What is a mouse when it spins? Actually i'm currently writing this answer to you on 1998 PC running Windows 2000.