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>buy zip disquette
>managed nand
>proprietary controllers that only expose what they want us to see
>plugs into linux desktop with no x running, no network traffic
>immediately see traffic

try it for yourselves
explanation?
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>>66705118
easy just unplug it
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>>66705118
>zip disquette
It's called a pocket ssd, mind you.
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>>66705190
It's called a quantum jump-drive. Called it that all my life.
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>>66705118
lol anon just use old hdds externally
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wait until you learn about the Rubber Ducky or the USB Armory
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>write protect switch
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>>66705207
It's obviously a pen-diskette drive
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flash drive.
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Fear not - it's cheaper to spy from software and too expensive and complex to do in the hardware.
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Just imagine, in a few years any of those pinholes could be hiding a camera or microphone
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>>66705572
Lmao just have the customer pay more, just like intlel with ME
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>>66705652
Oh, you are those who thinks we are clear from nanobots reading our electric brain pulses and sending them over the net to some server...
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usb
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>>66705118
>immediately see traffic
people don't monitor traffic without logging it
let's see it
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thimble disque
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>>66705301
read only mode

common in very early flash drives but then removed to cut costs because it's not necessary for the flash drive to work

very janky feature never play around with it while the flash drive is plugged in
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>>66705118
Post traffic then
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>>66705118
Proof please, though I could see this being real too...
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>>66705118
Thats not actually how things work on linux.

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>>66705301
They're also only a software flag not protecting any memory from writing by uncooperative softwares.
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>>66705445
what is? a computer stick?
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>>66705301
zoomers leave




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