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China/SuperMicro hardware hack

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by GSRCRXsi, Oct 4, 2018.

  1. GSRCRXsi

    GSRCRXsi Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    There was also one that was able to duplicate itself via speaker/microphone on wavelengths we can't hear.
    Remember reading that article a while back.
    Crazy shit out there.
     
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    wow, that is crazy. i've used supermicro many times in the past.
     
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    i have several of their boards right now.

    im not too worried. first there are several reports that this whole thing might be false. Amazon, Apple, and the Chinese government (lol) all vehemently deny it.

    second, if its real, they dont care about any home use shit. they are after IP and government secrets.

    Mike, how many SM servers you guys got over there at Tesla? lol
     
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    Honestly I'm not sure what HW we use.
     
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    Last Supermicro board I had was in the 90s
     
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