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NSA MSI backdoors

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I don't think there is a way to necessarily audit hardware for system security. If you are referring to the software, It's only as secure as the Operating system on it. Use Linux if you are concerned about security.

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What WakeUpLate said, also what are you doing that you're worried about the NSA backdooring you? lmao

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On 6/28/2016 at 2:54 PM, JGrimm said:

What WakeUpLate said, also what are you doing that you're worried about the NSA backdooring you? lmao

 

With the constant Violation of Privacy Rights, what other people are doing is nothing more than protecting their private information from beign stolen and sold to institutions that serve the selfish interests of the organized societies.

 

The very same institutions that later come to use your private information against you when their positions of power are threatened.

 

Is a legitimate question. And your reply falls in the classic attitude of a citizen that tolerates what is incorrect by celebrating apathy towards this matter. No wonder why we lost our privacy rights. No one cares to protect it anymore.

 

But until someone's life become threatened, the apathy of the latter will prevail.

 

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The notebook/desktop itself is no more secure than any other brand. The operating system is vulnerable. Both Linux and windows. Necessary precautions should be taken if you are worried about security. Use firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and intrusion prevention systems if you are worried about security. Linux is not any more secure than windows. Vulnerabilities for both come out every 3-4 hours. Simple ways to avoid stolen information. Don’t use short/easy passwords either. That’s a big issue.

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