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: asciilifeform if amd fritz chip
uses bad crypto and we derive the key, has amd thereby "Released to the public" ? no such thing happened.
: link was re amd's magic key cpu-integrated fritz chip
, and how reddit et al 'protested', and reply was - unsurprisingly - 'fuck off'
: Logged on 2017-06-09 15:01 asciilifeform: in other lullies, https://archive.is/OExoO
>> nsaware using ~second~ intel fritz chip
: the fritz chip
starts from mask rom, the contents of which are unknown (and potentially unique per-batch at factory) and it in fact brings up the remainder of the cpu
: HAVING THE FUCKING FRITZ CHIP
is the backdoor. not somebody-not-nsa-learning-the-key.
: mircea_popescu: that's what the 'trusted computing' / 'fritz chip
' / etc. thing was about. and that it was about this, was obvious in 1995.
: 'next, bestest ethertardium, now seeek000red with fritz chip
: i dunno how familiar the reader is with early us colonial history - but the british uniquely pretended that all trade must go through british warehouses. in london. they kept laoding and unloading things. so they can be taxed. exactly like the notion that an imaginary "right" of someone to something may require me to do specific things. ie, the fritz chip
: apu2 also theoretically boots with coreboot (there is no, incidentally, any other kind of bios available for it ) but it has a fritz chip
and you cannot switch it off
: what's better than usgwallet ? usgwallet on fritz chip
: 'AMD’s PSP is based around a single 32-bit ARM Cortex-A5, with its own isolated ROM and SRAM but has access to system memory and resources. It contains logic to deal with the x86 POST process but also features a cryptographic co-processor.' << they stuffed, finally, their 'fritz chip
', into the g-series.
: the ~aimed~ endgame, we already knew in 1990s, Official Microshit Linux, with all of the idiocies in one pot, and nothing else will boot on new comp, because signing key in fritz chip
: "Trusted Platform Module From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Fritz
) Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is an international standard for a secure cryptoprocessor,"
: so : those could as well be the remote part of a fritz chip
: <ascii_field> boils down to the hardness of the fritz chip
<< the reason they don't call it that is because they are trying to avoid the literature documenting the costs of making it hard and the limitation its softness imposes.
: incidentally, the only reason fritz chip
was not pushed more aggressively is that it was really intended to prohibit linux
: boils down to the hardness of the fritz chip
(and yes, i will keep calling it that, because the motherfuckers don't get to pretend that fritz
, palladium, etc. never happened.)
: asciilifeform: decimation: easy riddle. 'fritz chip
' was finished, shipped, now ubiquitous. no more need for group. << Not chip
, but Fritz
has a lot of history
: decimation: right. why place 'fritz chip
' as a distinct physical bugger, where it is both apparent and easily manipulated.
: fritz chip
carries on as a diversion only, not an honest effort. the folks in usg with remaining working neurons realized after 'clipper' that a plainly labelled bull's eye - is dumb.
: decimation: easy riddle. 'fritz chip
' was finished, shipped, now ubiquitous. no more need for group.