LEAKED: German Government Warns Key Entities Not To Use Windows 8 – Links The NSA

According to leaked internal documents from the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) that Die Zeit obtained, IT experts figured out that Windows 8, the touch-screen enabled, super-duper, but sales-challenged Microsoft operating system is outright dangerous for data security. It allows Microsoft to control the computer remotely through a built-in backdoor. Keys to that backdoor are likely accessible to the NSA – and in an unintended ironic twist, perhaps even to the Chinese.

The backdoor is called “Trusted Computing,” developed and promoted by the Trusted Computing Group, founded a decade ago by the all-American tech companies AMD, Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, and Wave Systems. Its core element is a chip, the Trusted Platform Module (TPM), and an operating system designed for it, such as Windows 8. Trusted Computing Group has developed the specifications of how the chip and operating systems work together.
Its purpose is Digital Rights Management and computer security. The system decides what software had been legally obtained and would be allowed to run on the computer, and what software, such as illegal copies or viruses and Trojans, should be disabled. The whole process would be governed by Windows, and through remote access, by Microsoft.
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One Response to “LEAKED: German Government Warns Key Entities Not To Use Windows 8 – Links The NSA”

  1. Anonymous says:

    why is this no surprise to us,
    government has become the enemy of the people, targetting the man in the street for no reason, the dictators who squash and steal from us,like jews in the night.
    time we stood firm and said no more
    jews go home, oh i forgot they dont have one because noone wants them, so they steal land in palestine

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