[Freedombox-discuss] Backdoor in military chips may also be in Freedombox
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Tim Schmidt, I did not write that "there's some secret military key
in every chip since 1973." I wrote that a hidden debugger was found
in AMD's processor and that the U.S. military's processor has a
debugger. I did not say that there is a military chip or debugger
in all chips or in the Freedombox. I am requested that Freedombox
ask ARM and Marvell if there is a debugger, ARM's TrustZone,
antitheft and a visible PSN.
Tim Schmidt, your demand for code is unreasonable. The articles do
not give code. I am not a programmer. The Russian scientist who
discovered AMD's debugger could not decode it. Nor would I be able
Please be reasonable! Some are you are so skeptical! If I made
claims of hardware that did not exist, you can call me delusional.
However, everything I have asked you to ask Marvell and ARM do
exist in other processors and may exist in the Freedom's processor.
I am not making false claims on why debuggers, ARM's TrustZone, PSN
are there. They do function. They are not invisible. They are a
privacy and a security threat.
Rick C. Hodgin, can you clarify who "others" are in your sentence
that others deny a key. By key do you mean a debugger?
Could you please post complete specifications on the processor on
website including whether or not there is a debugger, ARM's
TrustZone and a visible PSN. Thank you.
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