01/24/2018 (Wed) 02:15:50
>Intel imbedded 3G in their processors since 2011
No, they don't. The AMT and vPRO system documents says it can only *access* the 3G device, it does not have an receptor inside the processor, at least from what I know there's proof of it. Also, the IHS is made of cooper, they would not be able to receive the signal as a normal smartphone does.
tl;dr citation needed. You're not in 8ch to spread these false news fearmongering here.
>other unsecure chrome features
Are you kidding, right? I hope so.
>private encrypted VPN service
You mean your own VPN using OpenIKED on a secure server, right? If you don't control the VPN, then it's not private.
>routinely wiping out browser history/cookies
You should not have those too.
Not needed for sites you only do GET requests, if you're already using IPsec and DNScrypt or Tor (with TorDNS enabled).
>disc encryption to forward secrecy
Forward secrecy has no use for full disk encryption, unless it's a shared encryption (like for encrypted RAID backups). You should instead suggest a good OTP device, like NitroKey. Also, use LUKS or OpenBSD's FDE, not just some random software.
Our list has all the good practices: http://hjvx7xg3n4ejezmh.onion/
I'm biased, but I really suggest you point to this list next time you make some recommendations about security/privacy...