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New Intel Chips Contain Back-Door Processor

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New Intel Chips Contain Back-Door Processor, Hackable Even When Computer is Turned Off

According to unconfirmed reports, the Intel Core vPro processor connected to a mobile network, even when switched off.

According to a report of Jim Stone in the social platform Popular Resistance, Intel developers integrates in their products undocumented tracking devices.

"So you think no one can access your data because your computer is turned off. Heck it's more than turned off, you even took the main hard drive out, and only the backup disk is inside. There is no operating system installed at all. So you KNOW you are safe," - says Jim Stone. This is being touted as something that makes IT administration easy.

Intel has created one of the most sought after technologies without letting anyone know about it. Basically, all Intel vPro CPUs (which include new mobile Core i5 and Core i7 chips) have an undocumented 3G chip inside. That chip is visible to the 3G network, even when the PC is not powered on.

Freelancer Jim Stone has just discovered the secret (or so he says), and according to him, the 3G is part of a second physical processor embedded within the main one. 

I just read this article about the new Intel chips and would like to know if this same chip is in the new Mac lineup.

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