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Old 19. Oct 2013, 06:33 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Cthulhux View Post
Yup, as Microsoft is an US-American company, it is required to ask the NSA if it wants to export security tools. All documented. Oh, also the NSAKEY "issue" is from 1999, quite a few Windows versions ago. Is that all you have got? The times they are a-changin'.

(Also, Secunia is quite a good source. Just use it. How many exploits per week do you need to accept that Linux is not related to security?)
Do you seriously think it only applies to old Windows versions? Now you're downplaying your own request for evidence. Here's what's new, the TPM backdoor. Don't forget my second sentence that you cropped out.

Since when does exploit equal backdoor? Please show me actual evidence instead of "Secunia says so" without even linking the specific "backdoors".
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