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- 4 Weeks Ago #1
Here surely is the ultimate in malware
The Forum eBulletin is back and here is something I found on it that will make your hair stand on end. A bios virus that can transmit itself to other machines even when the infected box has no network card, wi-fi, bluetooth or even power connection. Apparently it uses sound waves!"I'm just a little old lady; don't try to dazzle me with jargon!"
- 4 Weeks Ago #2
Now that is really bad malware!!AntiX 12 and PCLinuxOS gnome
Linux user # 414321
You Should Not Give In To Evils, But Proceed Ever More Boldly Against Them!! -from book six of Virgil's Aeneid
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It has been pretty well debunked. Nobody has been able to replicate it, and his methodology was sketchy at best.
- 4 Weeks Ago #7
I'm less interested in computers whistling at each other ... what about infecting a system by pluggin a usb pen drive in it on a linux based system - is that something I should be worried about?
- 4 Weeks Ago #8what about infecting a system by pluggin a usb pen drive in it on a linux based system - is that something I should be worried about?
99.9% of the time. Aint gonna happen. .1% I have absolute trust and a eyeball on them.
But. I am no sys admin or work in a IT environment.
I figure peer review eventually will sort out whistling virus/rootkits theories.