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Devices capture everything you ever type, then can send it via your ethernet card to the Dept. of Homeland Security without your knowledge, consent or a search warrant each time you log onto the internet!
Freedom Of Information Act Requests For Explanation From DHS, refused.
I was opening up my almost brand new laptop, to replace a broken PCMCIA slot riser on the motherboard. As soon as I got the keyboard off, I noticed a small cable running from the keyboard connection underneath a piece of metal protecting the motherboard.
I figured "No Big Deal", and continued with the dissasembly. But when I got the metal panels off, I saw a small white heatshink-wrapped package. Being ever-curious, I sliced the heatshrink open. I found a little circuit board inside.
Originally posted by AgentSmith
Quite, I would assume that there would be too many complications in software with respect to sending the data to it's destination. Without knowing the configuration of the network and being able to adapt to it I can't see how it would work. If that's an incorrect statement in some way please point it out but I think I understand correctly.
If anything like that was to be done I would assume that it would be more practical to integrate it within the operating system if anything. That's assuming it hasn't been done already... heh..