Intel Vpro your mother

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by mikeo1313, Nov 4, 2009.

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  1. mikeo1313

    mikeo1313 Registered Member

    Jun 22, 2006
    "The fact that there is apparently no way to disable vPro on a PC along with the fact that most users cannot detect outside access to their PC via the vPro hardware based technology"

    Intel vPro technology is a set of technologies built into the hardware of the laptop or desktop PC.[2] The technology is targeted at businesses, not consumers. A PC with vPro includes Intel AMT, Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT), Intel Trusted Execution Technology (Intel TXT), a gigabit network connection, and so on. There may be a PC with a Core 2 processor, without vPro built in. However, vPro features require a PC with at least a Core 2 processor. Current versions of vPro are built into PCs with Core 2 Duo or Quad processors or Centrino 2 processors.

    Intel AMT is part of the Intel Management Engine, which is built into PCs with Intel vPro technology.[2] Intel AMT is a set of remote management and security features designed into the PC’s hardware and which allow a sys-admin with AMT security privileges to access system information and perform specific remote operations on the PC.[5] These operations include remote power up/down (via wake on LAN), remote / redirected boot (via integrated device electronics redirect, or IDE-R), console redirection (via serial over LAN), and other remote management and security features.
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