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+ - Rakshasa, the hardware backdoor on supposedly 230 Intel motherboards->

Submitted by scottbomb
scottbomb (1290580) writes "Just what we need a virus that can't be detected or removed, and apparently, just about every Intel motherboard made is vulnerable. From the article: It’s the Information Age apocalypse: What if, no matter how hard you tried, every computer on the market — from PCs to smartphones to fridges to cars — came pre-loaded with an irremovable backdoor that allowed the government or other nefarious agents to snoop on your data, behavior, and communications?"
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Rakshasa, the hardware backdoor on supposedly 230 Intel motherboards

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