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Old 23rd July 2018, 11:21 AM
Mark Meer

 
 
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Re: Keylogging - HP had a keylogger in the keyboard driver

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...forcing the chip manufacturers to build the access into the chip...
Curious: how?

Are there particular regulations (& policing regulatory body) that one could point to that require such vulnerabilities be built into microchips?

Are chip manufacturers somehow incentivised to build in exploits in their own products against their business interests?

Does some arm of the intelligence agencies go to these manufacturers and "force" design changes at the point of a gun?

...or are these vulnerabilities perhaps merely an unintended and unforeseen bi-product of integrating some processing feature/efficiency that was voluntarily and universally adopted by the industry?

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