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The closest I've read/heard of anyone hacking hardware(not for overclocking)is like root kits that exploited virtualization technology on intel processors, or how they infected those ipods so the malware would spread to any pc it was plugged into. This seems pretty far fetched but you never know.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Muhahahaha View Post
Remember, AMD chips are evil hacker chips from Russia! Only buy legitimate Intel chips!
Hahaahahah. I remember one guy said that AMD computer parts were made with slave child labor, and that they were terrorists. Man... I WISH i could remember where!!

The reply was: 'yeah its completely logical to think there are thousands of 7 year old slaves working on some of the most complex circuitry in sweatshops all over India!"

Kind of random, but just something that I remember.

Back on topic tho, this IS pretty scary... I wouldn't want anybody to gain access to my system EVER, even though there is no personally identifiable information (with exception to my myspace\\facebook PWs being saved... but who cares? xD ).
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