• BCsven
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    2 months ago

    Intel Management Engine was on the local machine too, and oopsie hackers could gain access by sending a null password response and have full access to the machine hardware

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      2 months ago

      Presumable most software is compressible. The more services you have, the higher the risk, but that is not unique to any particular feature in windows.

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        Just saying, even a security device addition like IME was hacked, so user based stored snapshots of your screen and activities is going to get breached. Even microsoft leaked all their Internal teams data. security attack vectors increase with more services so this one is a disaster waiting to happen