Just as we have always suspected, we now have solid evidence that your cell phone is spying on you and forwarding your information to the ChiComs. Again, it doesn’t matter how careful you are, there are security leaks. It may be on your end, it may be on the other end, but it is inevitable that there are ways for black hats to gain access to your stuff.

I know that there are some out there who think they are more clever than the other side, but is everyone you do business with just as smart? What about their employees? Your phone? The government employees handling your information?

How much of your stuff is being read, unbeknownst to you? I assume that governments with their unlimited resources can see whatever they want, no matter how hard I try to secure it. I just want to make my stuff harder to steal than most people’s, so maybe the thieves spend their time on the lower hanging fruit.


EN2 SS · February 11, 2023 at 1:38 pm

I bought my first computer in 1981, a Macintosh in 1984, back to Windoze in the 1990-2013, then an iMac, and used all kinds of programs to keep my stuff safe. In about 2015 I decided to let Apple live up to their promises and just keep my machines updated through them. I do keep my passwords updated and hard to crack, if possible. I’m probably the low hanging fruit you mentioned. So far, so good. LOL

Like Wolves Among Sheep · February 11, 2023 at 5:24 pm

Barroons can scoop up sailfawn info as well.
Those Huawei towers are still around grabbing up all your data are belong to us.
All your convenience is really about power and control.

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