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 No.8216

Title gives my conclusion from empirical events I witnessed and inside info. PSP runs on the same circuit, but isn't the backdoor per se, which has been around for much longer.

Just like AMD was able to change the crypto algorithms for the Zen chip they licensed to China, they can change how the CPU behaves at any system, even those already deployed. This can be used to sabotage any program or computation, making BadBIOS (uses radio, not sound) vastly nastier than StuxNet.

American military made a grave mistake by giving access to the morons of the Brazilian military, who are letting knowledge of this spread like a fire (and misusing it for petty profit and inside jobs to justify a police state). Israel, UK and France also have access, but are much more professional.

 No.8217

source?

 No.8218

Post your sources so I can start panicking.

 No.8222

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>my conclusion from empirical events I witnessed and inside info

 No.8223

Don't intel processors have something similar?

 No.8224


 No.8226

Phenom II's didn't have PSP. In fact they and their immediate successor, the FX series, were the last AMD CPUs to not have it.

 No.8229

>>8226
OP is saying this super secret backdoor works similarly to PSP, not that it's PSP.

 No.8638

>>8226
anyone want to buy an AMD Phenom II X4 965 system?

 No.9226

>>8216
I am so sick of this shit already. FUCK amd and FUCK intel. Fuck computers

 No.9231

>>8216
why does this matter?
what operation are you doing on a computer that is so sensitive and also requires a modern processor?

 No.9232

>>9231
modern processor = literally everything made after 2006
Also OP is a hoax (hopefully).

 No.9233

>>9232
yeah so why cant i use a thinkpad from 1999 if im hacking the spooks or whatever. Its not like you need a quad core to open a terminal.

 No.9234

>>9233
Hardware that old is vulnerable for other reasons.

 No.9257

Thanks OP, I'm going to wire my own transistors together on my next computer.

 No.9293

>>8216 (wtf gemchan.net broke i coudn't post there)
i plan on buying an AMD laptop soon how do shield myself from this (what about intel ME is this the same)
also whats a good budget 16 core AMD processor (my i7 only has 8) (how the hell do i replace my soldered LPddr3)
they said AMD chips have better VM support and faster performance (i need a portable lab i can take on holiday VACation)
mewch /tech/ once said [not using a burner PC for running sketchy shit] (i once talked about this program cannot run in a VM error)
how do i prevent malware from trashing the system UEFI (and HDD firmware rootkit) i will buy a cheap broken laptop on raon (shopee sucks) since desktop is too expensive
then add capture card to the HDMI and arduino rubber ducky to simulate mouse movement (i also have temperature sensor relay connected to the charger incase it goes on fire)

 No.9311

>>9293
(if OP is not a faggot, which is never the case)
go on vacation to china and buy it there

also
>protecting against the exploding computer virus
good man

 No.9312

>>9232
probs intel cope or damage control

 No.9313

>>8216
>BadBIOS (uses radio, not sound)
Just don't have a radio mic or speakers?
Whats to stop you from popping open your laptop or cell phone and wireclipping the LTE/speaker cables.

 No.9314

>>8216
honestly who cares if ur not gonna do a crime

 No.9318

>>9314
well he can't admit to planning one nowadays can he?

 No.9327

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>>9314
>honestly who cares if ur not gonna do a crime
>>9314
well he can't admit to planning one nowadays can he?
it's never been about crime
Knowledge is power, if corporations or other organisations know more about you as you know about them, they have an knowledge advantage over you that lets them politically disenfranchise you. Class societies have a class war going , and the surveillance stuff is them following the doctrine of "know your enemy". Even if you are just a rightist social democrat that wants bourgeois democracy with welfare capitalism, you have to insist on completely removing the state and corporations from personal devices and home networks, or you' won't even be able to have bourgeois democracy.

Even if the proletariat has robust control over the state you would still make personal devices off limits, people store their personal lives in these things and it's almost like violating bodily autonomy if you give powerful organisations access to personal devices. You wouldn't want to be frisked by the police in the offline world even if you have nothing to hide, so it's not ok to do that in the online world.

It's also really stupid for strategical considerations, the NSA or big tech is not securing the access they have to your machines, so even if you are fine with making people corporate serfs without political rights, you would still hand them over to basically moderately tech-able organisations that can buy cyber-break-in tools from the grey market. Basically the backdoors to your computer and communications will become available to your local mafia, eventually, because big organisations leak what ever trick they develop.

For a strong socialist society the reasons are different, people cannot be politically disenfranchised even if you backdoor devices. But it would still compromise your technology and infrastructure. You have no reason to believe that a socialist society would be better at securing "the other end of the backdoor". It makes your society vulnerable to coordination-collapse-attacks. An example of this type of attack was the Soviet block dissolution. The entire economic system relied on the central planning buro for economic coordination and once the neo-liberal coup was able to break it the entire system collapsed. Never build fragile systems like that ! The more robust soviet planning system, they should have build, would have backup coordination layers for the economy. The backup system needs to have an irresistible tendency to regenerate a new central planning buro within a short time after a coup destroys the original one.

A system has to reproduce it's existence and it has the regenerate bits if they get destroyed.

I have a hunch that a lot of cyberwar stuff will be in our future and societies that do not have these backup layers will not make it through. Many societies will choose to use legal and police terror to deter attacks instead of improving the robustness of their systems, that will make them mimic the error of the late soviet union and suffer the same fate. Capitalist societies might have it worse because the big bourgeoisie now have aristocratic desires and activel tries to suppress things that make the system resilient, because they see that as competition.

 No.9341

>>9327
GOOD post.

 No.15062

>>9327
based. someone screenshot this

 No.15067

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>>9311
>go on vacation to china and buy it there
do the chinese remove the glowuyghur backdoors like the incel management system or psp? big if true, i might order my next ryzen from the prc if that's the case

 No.15073

DON'T POST ABOUT BLOWING UP THE SENATE WITH YOUR VIOLENT DIARREH-

 No.15095

shit, I take a day corboot my pc and this breaks. Can't wait to see what /g/ is saying. As usual it's a limited hangout, the tip of the iceberg or whatever.

>Basically the backdoors to your computer and communications will become available to your local mafia, eventually, because big organisations leak what ever trick they develop.


This has always been the danger of big data. When it trickles back to the local level, selectively. Now the owners of all our data can selectively police us, outside their country, by selectively releasing data to further their agenda. All your best boy local authority figures - local cops, private security contractors, prospective employers, landlords, co-workers - can access and share your personal data and metadata. The implications are fucking monstrous.

The local rotary club will have even more power than they had in the 1950s.

 No.15183

What's the tldr on this?

AMD came out today with (probably exaggerated) 5ghz performance clains for new processors, so Intel would have good reason to spread a story like this just now. All processors have remote management stuff btw, doesn't mean we should be discouraged or give up on solutions.

 No.15195

>>15183
Ptychographic X-ray laminography: No trade secret or hardware trojan can hide
hxxps://spectrum.ieee.org/chip-x-ray

Every cell transmitter, phone and computer must be inspected. Silicon Trojans must perish.

Freedom for all is encroached when a few cyber terrorists can freely CONSPIRE to use microwave weapons and silicon trojans. While you are distracted with THEORY, they spread the PRACTICE: surveillance, theft, sabotage and murder.

Havana Syndrome is the result of hacked cell transmitters being used as a microwave weapon. Civilians are victimized daily, children included.

“Havana Syndrome: Are You Next? Electromagnetic Terrorism and Cognitive Warfare” at "hxxps://areyounext.help".

The future of privacy/security is clothing made of metallized fabric to block microwave imaging (enables theft of inner speech by observing minuscule throat/face muscle movements) and block directed energy attacks.

#BadBIOS #Havana Syndrome #Conspiracy Practice #Freedom #Faraday Cage #Firmware Vulnerability #Electromagnetic Surveillance

>Eric Schmidt: Our report says that it’s really important for us to find a way to maintain two generations of semiconductor leadership ahead of China. China has had over 30 years to plan to try to catch up. It’s really difficult.


>Eric Schmidt: We don’t want them to catch up. We want to stay ahead. This is important, by the way, for our commercial industry as well as for national security for obvious reasons. By the way, chips, I’m not just referring to CPU chips, there’s a whole new generation, I’ll give you an example, of sensor chips that sense things. It’s really important that those be built in America.


hxxps://www.hoover.org/research/pacific-century-eric-schmidt-talks-about-great-sino-us-tech-war-and-how-win-it

What are the chips that “sense things” that Schmidt wants to prevent from being available to any other country?

Since the 1980s, Silicon Valley has used semiconductor radars to collect data about what you think (your inner speech) by means of machine learning with data extract from wireless imaging of your face and body. It has proved very convenient for them, as this enables blackmail, extortion, theft, sabotage and murder like nothing else. They can do this because they design the semiconductor used on your phone, computer, TV, car and for your telecom supplier’s network equipment, which makes possible to embed silicon trojans everywhere.

Don’t underestimate what machine learning can do. e.g. Study shows AI can identify self-reported race from medical images that contain no indications of race detectable by human experts.

hxxps://news.mit.edu/2022/artificial-intelligence-predicts-patients-race-from-medical-images-0520

Also, don’t underestimate the number of people Silicon Valley is willing to kill to maintain a monopoly, as you may be the next victim.

“Protesters turn to tinfoil hats as increasing sickness blamed on Gov beaming radiation rays”

hxxps://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/protesters-turn-to-tinfoil-hats-as-increasing-sickness-blamed-on-government-beaming-radiation-rays/FDCP6NEFJUQWWINL2GXI7OKS6E/

Prompted by this, someone made the video “Defeating Microwave Weapons!” about how microwaves work and how to defend against this kind of weaponry.

hxxps://yewtu.be/watch?v=Lg_aUOSLuRo
hxxps://yewtu.be/watch?v=UC3O6B_K9Us

Blame Silicon Valley for inserting "Silicon Trojans" and "Defeat Devices" in microwave cell transmitters and processors, enabling them to be used as weapon (SDR phased array with beam steering).

The "Electromagnetic Emissions Scandal" shall be bigger than the "Diesel Emissions Scandal" and the fines shall be paid in something more expensive than money.

hxxps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defeat_device
hxxps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diesel_emissions_scandal

Your priority is to make a shielded room to defend yourself, then make portable shields for when global riots start to end this all. For every cell transmitter on your location, you need to add one more layer of shielding. Make it thick. Consult OpenCellID.org to see how many cells are around you.

For more: hxxps://twitcasting.tv/c:_persona_non_grata/community/

 No.15196

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>>15195
>“Protesters turn to tinfoil hats as increasing sickness blamed on Gov beaming radiation rays”
That whole post was wtf but lol at this especially. Does the tinfoil even work?

 No.15232

>>15195

Large claims.

What you outline should be apparent to qualified + credible people globally. Has anyone qualified + credible or any organization backed up these claims?


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