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Recently I ordered an intel based laptop, it hasn't shipped yet. In the course of my research for which laptop, what specs, and ease of OS X install ability, I came across a couple of disturbing articles. One from an alleged nsa whistleblower saying that intel based systems are comprised and another from a supposedly former intel engineer saying his job was to build back doors into the hardware. Is there any validity to either? Should intel systems be avoided as a matter of principle? Is AMD any better in this regard? Or have they simply not had any whistleblowers? The spectre and meltdown bugs are a concern as well, but seemed a bigger problem for intel than amd. Since the fix for intel will reportedly slow those systems down by as much as 30%. I'm just not sure.

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I'm not a hacker or an NSA insider, the information that I have seen so far in various good documentary sessions, unfortunately confirm this thesis.
but the whole spectacle is known for a long time. the first dokomentation I have seen so far comes from the late 80s, my opinion.
in relation to Echelon (1*) and in connection with all PC hardware exported from the United States in the other countries.
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According to these research there are no very good or bad or very bad CPU manufacturers. All are rats whether Intel or AMD !!:

https://www.eteknix.com/expert-says-nsa-have-backdoors-built-into-intel-and-amd-processors/

more information, read here: https://www.google.de/search?q=back+doors+into+US+hardware&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b&gfe_rd=cr&dcr=0&ei=Q89pWravFc-p4gTBzpu4Cg

 

Therefore, viruses etc. will always remain a permanent problem and will never be fixed

 

ARM CPU with higher security read here: https://chiefio.wordpress.com/2017/02/03/for-deep-security-use-arm-avoid-intel-amd-processors/

 

In terms of the 30% slowing down the system after a security update, I have not been able to determine so far. My Intel PC is as good or just as bad as before the security update. I have a PC with i7 processor and have before and after the update to run various tools and found no serious differences.

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