You guys ready to learn if there is a backdoor once and for all?
3 books here... bypassing ban. gotta be quick
fuck off anon
I'm reviewing legalities. might leak another way. might contact a big tech outlet for cash
well, we already knew Intel had unique hardware IDs in the Pentium 3s that could be remotely accessed
I'm sure the Pentium 4 would be a continuation of that, which would be huge if we had solid evidence, because it would prove Intel was lying about shit
OP, keep going
Jesus fuck OP, the only time a guy has the guts to leak Intel classified documentation, and you're too fucking drunk to post it
Get it together OP
only found eflagss anon
reference number each book is different
don't make me more scared
I've got liquid courage
So, I'm confused.
You guys noticing the file names?
I have a feeling these pics are saved from somewhere else but I'm not really sure.
OP, have you been uploading these somewhere to remove EXIF or something of that sort? These image names are weird.
Can you post the titles of each?
Thermal and mechanical specifications sound pretty cool too.
Also, any idea what architecture/processor these books are for? Based on the old Intel logo and 2000 copyright date, I know it isn't anything recent.
Since when? As long as I can remember it never has.
The owner of pomf.se is literally paying people to look through files and find CP and illegal material. Why the fuck would you upload anything remotely secure/illegal there?
>The owner of pomf.se is literally paying people to look through files and find CP and illegal material.
That policy was reversed, and an apology post was supposed to be made. neku just got busy with real life after his birthday.
He also posts all takedown requests to transparency reports, and basically tells people to go fuck themselves.
thought I said I don't have scanner
also guys I can't even read well anymore
liberal means a lot
conservative means a little
liberal lubrication means a lot of lube
conservative lubrication means just a little bit
liberal politics means big government
conservative politics means a minimal approach
I think that's one of the goals of ARM. They carved their niche first and then they will expand. It's a difficult market to get a foothold in. The efficiency has started to appeal to server uses.
>nothing is better than something
you sound like a faggot, btw
>emulation of a pentium 4
Congratulations, you've made it slower than the piece of shit it already is.
>vulnerabilities in a pentium 4
Yay, now you can... what, what could you even do with CPU vulns? Inject your own code? Sure, if you had somthing like hardware-level or something. And anyway, have fun with the ten people that still use a Pentium 4
>insight into possible current or future designs
Most of this stuff is public already, and the stuff that isn't is pretty obvious...
>NSA bullshit or lack thereof
Because, you know, any random BIOS developer is important enough to tell NSA information to. Like "Oh, and about these BIOS you're making, remember to add vulns! Who cares that you have a team of twenty people and were sending this out to a ton of different hardware companies, it's not like it will leak immediately or anything!"
>this could be fucking huge
Have you even looked at the photos?
It's design specifications and a BIOS writing manual for motherboard manufacturers. There's nothing crazy in there, especially because it's for a 14-year-old processor.
Just because it's useless (ignoring it might not be) doesn't stop it being interesting.
even details like how intel formats their TOP SECRET :^) documents are interesting. The chance of finding a backdoor is just a bonus.
It's still nothing, there's no point in backdooring a piece of hardware that exists only in museums.
>guys look I'm leaking morse code, now we can understand morse messages
Yes, it does raise questions to intel's credibility, but there's no proof that newer technology would have backdoors, nor does it help anyone find them (I don't think, I doubt there's any recycled technology in their newer tech from the pentium line).
>mfw a bunch of faggots thinking that a decade-old BIOS guide is some kind of Snowden-esque NSA leak that will confirm the Intel botnet
you might find out how to write some low-level shit for an ancient processor, wackity schmackity doo it's fucking nothing
I'm not even shilling, I go AMD all the way, and I really hope OP keeps posting in case there IS anything useful, but all I'm saying is I doubt this will be beneficial in any way to anyone (unless you enjoy defacing large corporations(so pretty much all of /g/))... nvm proceed
It's just interesting
If I handed you a manual for some 50 year old punch-card machine, it would have no practical use, but still maybe be cool to read.
this one has the bonus of being topsecretdonotsteal
>Confidential designer information
hell, maybe the microcode section will talk about how the update loader allows for a third-party key for all we know?
I didn't so exited since woodscrews and por shoulders, hold me /g/!
nope, i have an amd processor in my machine now, i'm just not a fucking idiot like all the "muh botnet" fags
>he does it for free
stop waiting for OP to dump a guide on how to write outdated BIOS for an outdated processor
no one said OP should kill himself, all I said is that it's silly for everyone to start thinking that this guide is some kind of proof of a botnet existing that must be kept highly secret and uploaded to pomf because mediafire might report OP to the feds. it's a fucking pentium 4 dev manual. it's fucking nothing at all, nothing at all, nothing at all
>le normalfag meme
this shit has to fucking stop
OP please post the "update signature verification" and "determining/authenticating" update things and then scan the whole book and post the mega link tomorrow
I'm drunk and 2 hours away from home with a phone in my hotel using data
fuck off shill
I'm not with yall anymore
also stop acting like f me fags I'm doing best I can
this is now a thread about greasy-haired alien chuunibyou
did I forget this. pizza anon was trolling but he was right.
it was pizza...I'm scared
tfw you will never run your fingers through her greasy sparkly hair while she tells you about her world domination plans
you'll notice that this does not actually tell you how to create and sign microcode updates for the processor. Why would they print their private microcode signing key in a manual to be given to motherboard manufacturers? That's only for Intel, the NSA, and probably the Chinese.
she looks very cute here
it's only a motherboard guide, but Erio is eternal
look at this faggot, can't even leak a little top secret document without taking a break to feed his addiction to cancer sticks. if it were erio touwa leaking the document it'd be up on pomf.se by now
This is actually really interesting.
I'm not really expecting to see the unveiling of some secret conspiracy, I'm just heard to read about interesting shit.
Keep up the good work OP!
If there were a backdoor in say, AMT, or the HW RNG, intel wouldn't let the sort of low level employee that also browses /g/ know about it
If AT were backdoored it wouldn't matter because intel discontinued it
You simply can't trust closed source software or hardware regardless of partial leaks from smalltime snowdens. If you have anything security critical, your shit either needs to be made by someone who is in cahoots with you (and therefore open to you) or completely open period. Just ask the US government about that.
> It is fairly standard. by AndyA 2005-08-15 11:02:09
>It's what they call a "yellow cover document". Standard Intel NDA required, confidential technical documents. I've seen a few of them over the years, Intel are by far the most paranoid of the companies I've had this sort of dealing with.
>The actual ducments in question are about 8 inches worth of data on the Bulverde processor. Most of it is probably on their web site now, I've had these sitting around since before the part was officially anounced.
>Intel also have what they call Red cover douments. Leave one of those at a customer site and you may as well hand in your notice.
erio doesn't fall for jewish conspiracies
Just so you know, these types of documents are almost always given a very discrete, nearly invisible "watermark" so that if it leaks it can easily be traced back to you.
Even if you're leaving the company, they can still sue the shit out of you and ruin your life. I'd delete your thread now.
I tried googling it, couldn't find a thing
anyway, here's more stuff for you guys:
top giggle, everyone is treating it like some kind of NSA leak and it's actually just trivial shit that every employee was given 14 years ago
o i am laffin
We don't need any password or encryption if the files are in the public anyway (this thread).
.7z is an extra dependency (p7zip) on *nix systems. Isn't it slightly proprietary too? I'll just guess the uploader also enabled compression, which wastes time unpackaging the archive.
>.7z is an extra dependency (p7zip) on *nix systems.
So is every other archiving tool. It's common as hell too (I've not seen a machine without it).
>Isn't it slightly proprietary too?
I don't think so.
>My concentration just isn't there today. My mind is elsewhere. Which is a shame as my code is crashing. I think a divide and conquer approach is the only way I'm going to get this code debugged today.
>Got a bright yellow "intel secret confidential document" today. "Do not leave this document unattended". Ah yes, escorting my manual down to lunch, bringing it to the pub and then out clubbing. Oh joy.
>No, sorry, that's all for today. Not even a poll. My mind is too fried.
If these guys didn't find shit, I doubt /g/ will find anything... but yeah, it's still really interesting, OP should post the entire thing :P
also, 310+ posts, make a new thread
I kinda wanna say I was a troll and give you all the middle finger.
but I know the shills like I once was would want that
my life was ended with the op
With p7, at least you can get the full thing on Unix, unlike with Zip, where you get some wintard clicking the "SUPER AWESOME COMPRESSION WINZIP VERSION 60000.0 MODE that no-one else can handle.