On Tue, 29 Jan 2019, Alexandre Belgrand wrote:

> Le mardi 29 janvier 2019 à 00:59 +0200, Ilpo Järvinen a écrit :
> > There are many technical reasons raising from plain
> > physics/electronics 
> > which make an attack chip of that size with the described
> > capabilities to 
> > seem quite utopistic (and the article therefore bogus). ...But of
> > course 
> > you can choose to believe what you want.
> The Chinese chip has been found and exists, no doubt about it. It was
> found on thousands of servers, so I believe it is being analyzed.

Yeah yeah, the only modification was that chip as claimed in the article? 
Magically all the necessary signal pins were routed to its location
but nothing else was changed (and you cannot have that many pins in 
that sized chip anyway which will seriously limit the possible functionality 
and processing speed). ...But it must all be true and present in thousands
of servers because a sensational article so claims (funny though that the 
so claimed victims of the attack consistently denied presence of such a 
chip in their servers but I guess you'll anyway think they must be lying 
for the benefit of the Chinese, damage control, because of the 
"investigation", or whatever reason).


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