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>own a Personal Computer for years
>Blueborne vulnerability gets discovered, so bluetooth is fucked according to reddit
>KRACK vulnerability gets discovered, so WiFi is fucked according to reddit
>Intel vulnerability gets discovered, so my CPU is fucked according to reddit
>Except that since I bought that PC I've never been affected by those vulnerabilities, neither have been reports of people getting affected by them

This is just like when some faggot suddenly cries out that x thing you've been eating all your life, will gave you cancer and blabla

Well, here I am, 22 yo, no cancer, and my computer just works
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>>64131811
>rhadid

Found your problem.
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>>64131811
Son, that's "security-through-obscurity". It might "work" in a sense but not because you're protected.




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