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    so i found a product line for networking that advertises "no back doors"

    High security routers without backdoors - bintec elmeg GmbH

    after extensive research it seems the US Gov has most every router bent over a illegal requirment to install back doors on almost all networking hardware

    so far this "bintec" option is the only one i can find that has a sence of decency, and offers privacy and security
    BUT i am very sure i am overlooking at least a few options i can not find
    that is where i need some input from my local group of nerd-folks

    keep calm and post on
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    Default Re: looking for options

    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    so i found a product line for networking that advertises "no back doors"

    High security routers without backdoors - bintec elmeg GmbH

    after extensive research it seems the US Gov has most every router bent over a illegal requirment to install back doors on almost all networking hardware

    so far this "bintec" option is the only one i can find that has a sence of decency, and offers privacy and security
    BUT i am very sure i am overlooking at least a few options i can not find
    that is where i need some input from my local group of nerd-folks

    keep calm and post on

    What are looking to do with this router? Home or Small office? They look similar to the watch guard models we use. Rock solid.

    I question the "No back door" claim. All of the router companies could have been saying it "No back doors..........that we know of......at this moment..yet". If the government wants to get in they will get in. To me it is kind of pointless to try and hide. guess make it harder so they have a sense of victory when they discover my systems are wiped so often they will fall asleep looking for anything worth a crap. None the less it is good to see a company refuse to tow the line for our corrupt bass akwards way of doing things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    so i found a product line for networking that advertises "no back doors"

    High security routers without backdoors - bintec elmeg GmbH

    after extensive research it seems the US Gov has most every router bent over a illegal requirment to install back doors on almost all networking hardware

    so far this "bintec" option is the only one i can find that has a sence of decency, and offers privacy and security
    BUT i am very sure i am overlooking at least a few options i can not find
    that is where i need some input from my local group of nerd-folks

    keep calm and post on
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    Thank you Cyber for the responce.
    I am looking to set up an extended home network. Security DVR, A.I. smarthome, Multple desktops, fax's, Moble devices, intercom systems, and fan-smanchy telephone system are all in my expectations. It's going to be a work of art only I appreciate, and no one else understands or cares about. Thats pretty much how most of my ideas and projects turn out. If at all possable it will also have a official office. I kind of have an office / library, but it is going to get ripped out and re-done to an extreme.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shell_Shock View Post
    The only sure fire way to avoid the US Government's intrusion: NEVER use the internet. Ever.
    Even that may not be sure fire soon. Does any one else remember that Intel CPU feature that could be accessed somehow wirelessly with out any internet connected? It was some kind of weird proximity backdoor that if your computer was on, it could be hacked. Can't remember the details though. Also, it was separate from the normal wifi communications.

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    #1 that tec has been on cell phones for a LONG time
    #2 your not supposed to know about that
    #3 the EMF faraday cage cellphone pouch vendor was the first one to publicly address it
    #4 it's in more than just cell phones and PC's
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    Thank you Cyber for the responce.
    I am looking to set up an extended home network. Security DVR, A.I. smarthome, Multple desktops, fax's, Moble devices, intercom systems, and fan-smanchy telephone system are all in my expectations. It's going to be a work of art only I appreciate, and no one else understands or cares about. Thats pretty much how most of my ideas and projects turn out. If at all possable it will also have a official office. I kind of have an office / library, but it is going to get ripped out and re-done to an extreme.
    Np bro! We love ya! lol

    That sounds like the stuff I dream of doing. Some super crazy home network where everything is patched in and I can control or communicate with it from any pc in the house or remote in from work. Im getting closer to that now. Slowly getting it done.

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    that is an interesting offer
    i appreciate it, but i am looking more toward something,,,,,more extreme
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