08/15/2022 (Mon) 16:13
>>84651 >BadBIOS Circuitry
BadBIOS was never conclusively proven to exist, and even if it does, it wouldn't require any special added "circuitry". There are plenty of EEPROMs in computers that can store updateable firmware that can be used to hide malware in, eg. Disk controllers.
IF 'BadBIOS' does exist, it should have been confirmed by now. There are UEFI exploits and backdoors, eg.
- but the specific details of 'BadBIOS', ie. that it used speakers and microphones in machines to transmit data, whilst technically plausible to an extent (the original acoustic couplers for modems worked much in this manner), is overall VERY implausible, because it would require a process to be listening to the mic for the data *before* the malware is present.
There ARE real vulnerabilities in UEFI and operating systems, and even dedicated additional "remote management" hardware such as Intel Management Engine and AMD Platform Security Processor, but these are proven and known to exist. Using the term 'BadBIOS' in relation to these is only going to make people think you're talking about something theoretical and unproven instead.
tl;dr: You live in a world where kikes have a lot of illegitimate power, and are always trying to gain more. Assume every device IS compromised at the hardware level and act accordingly.