NSA Can Enter Computers Even When OfflineMark Melin
The US National Security Agency has technology that can access a user’s computer and alter data even when that computer is not connected to the Internet, according to a report in the New York Times. Some 100,000 computers worldwide have allegedly been infected.
According to the report, the technology can be inserted into a computer through the likes of a memory sticks or disks physically inserted into . . .
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