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Old June 21st 16, 02:24 PM posted to alt.privacy.anon-server,comp.sys.intel,comp.os.linux.advocacy,alt.comp.os.windows-10
Mike Tomlinson
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Default Intel x86s hide another CPU that can take over your machine

En el artículo s,
Jack Ryan escribió:

You really need
two machines. One never connected to the internet that is VeraCrypt whole disk
encrypted and another computer for the internet.


Paranoid crap.

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