Low heat computers harder to spy on ?


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Skybuck Flying

Anyway what ever the case may be, chips and hardware that is designed to
leak less side channel information will receive some of my attention ! ;)

So I do hope to see some better hardware in the future for more privacy
protection and bussiness secrets protection.

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
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Robert Baer

Skybuck said:
As spying increases more and more, perhaps low heat computers will be
come more and more popular :)
You mean low power. Which has *NOTHING* to do with spying.
You want to decrease spying to zero?
Easy.
Keep the computer OFF.
 
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Skybuck Flying

It does have to do with spying.

Electro magnetic fields are generated by the processor and other stuff.

These can be measured.

My question is basically if low power devices have lower "electro magnetic
field signatures" as high powered ones.

I would aspect the answer to be yes.

So low heat/low power computers probably harder to spy on them high
heat/high power computers.

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
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Casper H.S. Dik

Robert Baer said:
You mean low power. Which has *NOTHING* to do with spying.
You want to decrease spying to zero?
Easy.
Keep the computer OFF.
And remove the mains/batteries...

Casper
 
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DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno

It does have to do with spying.

Electro magnetic fields are generated by the processor and other stuff.

These can be measured.

My question is basically if low power devices have lower "electro
magnetic field signatures" as high powered ones.

I would aspect the answer to be yes.

So low heat/low power computers probably harder to spy on them high
heat/high power computers.

Bye,
Skybuck.

Alright, who broke the 13 year old mentality idiot filter AGAIN!???
 
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Casper H.S. Dik

DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno said:
Alright, who broke the 13 year old mentality idiot filter AGAIN!???
Mine works, but if people continue to reply ... (guilty)

Casper
 
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Ian Malcolm

And remove the mains/batteries...

Casper
RF at frequences of over 30KHz is typically attenuated to the point of
indetectibity by 1m of seawater.
==> immerse computer + operator under a minimum of 2m of seawater and
take precautions to ensure they remain continuously immersed.
 
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DecadentLinuxUserNumeroUno

RF at frequences of over 30KHz is typically attenuated to the point of
indetectibity by 1m of seawater.
==> immerse computer + operator under a minimum of 2m of seawater and
take precautions to ensure they remain continuously immersed.
Bwuahahahahaha I like this one!

A video of someone working on a machine, sitting next to a coral reef
with the fishies swimming past would make a great screensaver.

Scrolling message...

"I am currently unavailable... This may even be me..."
 
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Robert Baer

Skybuck said:
It does have to do with spying.

Electro magnetic fields are generated by the processor and other stuff.

These can be measured.

My question is basically if low power devices have lower "electro
magnetic field signatures" as high powered ones.
THAT is NOT the source that "spies" use.
Just look at the telephone line (dial-up, DSL) or cable that you use
to connect to the internet.
Easy pickings for governments.
Ours have been doing this illegal crap for quite a while; ever hear
about PRISM?
Power level of te computer,like i said,has NOTHING to do with that.
Wake up.
 
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Skybuck Flying

Ofcourse it does,

It can be proven with logic reasoning by inverting the logic.

If your computer were 100 billion gigawats of power everytime you press the
letter A while it should have been B then the whole world will know ! LOL.

Bye,
Skybuck.
 
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Robert Baer

Skybuck said:
Ofcourse it does,

It can be proven with logic reasoning by inverting the logic.

If your computer were 100 billion gigawats of power everytime you press
the letter A while it should have been B then the whole world will know
! LOL.

Bye,
Skybuck.
IF....IF....IF....IF....IF....IF....IF....
and IF pigs had wings they could fly
 

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