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Insyde

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Just purchased yet another HP laptop, Sunday May 7, 2017.

Last one was purchased on January 12, 2017.

I have one simple inquiry. I would like to know if HP is aware of the hacking that has been done/going around of the Insyde Bios? When the BIOS is hacked the consumer has basically no hope in regaining control over his system again, let alone cleaning it. It is a known/ easily discovered problem; just do a quick google search, and I am sorry to seem so upset on my first post here but its just insane what ive been through.

"other" manufactores have recognized this problem, and I would like to see a reasonable solution for consumers. There needs to be a fix provided . Its rediculous that hackers etc have realized all the software created nowadays will catch their nasty programs, viruses, malwares, and trojans, so these people sit back and conjure up new ways to infiltrate someone elses personal life and property. As soon as you power-up your system you power up a hack, yet this BIOS is still being pushed to consumers.

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