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  1. Re: CPU Security Holes affecting Intel and AMD CPUs

    I answered your question, which was:
    In other words, there are many ways to exfiltrate data out of a computer, unbeknownst to, and/or without the permission of, the owner of the computer or of the...
  2. Re: CPU Security Holes affecting Intel and AMD CPUs

    Sneakernet (someone copies data to say a thumb drive and walks out - ask Seth Rich about that one - oops you can't - he's dead).
    Blinking lights or pulsing power by a computer that is offline, read...
  3. Re: CPU Security Holes affecting Intel and AMD CPUs

    There are many ways to exfiltrate data from a computer; the network is the most common, but certainly not the only way.[/quote]

    Please explain how data can leave a computer remotely, by not...
  4. Re: CPU Security Holes affecting Intel and AMD CPUs

    I disagree :).


    Anyone known or suspected to have special knowledge of or to be dealing with or influencing sensitive operations or information is a likely candidate for such targeting. This...
  5. Re: CPU Security Holes affecting Intel and AMD CPUs

    Right, but you in turn might not have addressed my main point ... :).

    Bulk collection of "secret" data (e.g. encryption keys), exfiltrated via encrypted data streams that might raise the...
  6. Re: CPU Security Holes affecting Intel and AMD CPUs

    If end to end encryption is used, then what travels over the network is encrypted and if that encryption is strong enough, such data is impossible to decode with any practical effort, unless the...
  7. Re: CPU Security Holes affecting Intel and AMD CPUs

    2.32 minutes for "extraction"? Internet, or computer/motherboard/drive speed apparently is not a factor ... ? That makes no sense. And what is even meant by the term "extraction"? Extraction of ......
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