HP Forgets Keylogging Code In Driver (Again)

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Fait

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Must have double posted but it was not my intention.
 

Darkmatterx

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Uh, why do you think I said, "j/k ;)" Everyone knows what a double post looks like. Well not my mother, but I'll cut her some slack. This time...
 

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Thats code is HP's way of saying...

"We here at HP, like Microsoft and Google we value ur computer use and behavior, and we extend our effort thru our products just to track
each person who buys our product(s) and evaluate them based on the amount and level of SENSETIVITY of information and data we gather and SELL IT to our business partners and banks and or other lending institutions or trade them in exchange of company loans for the benefit of our business expansion if the need arises. BUT BEFORE YOU POINT YOUR FINGERS ON US AND LASH OUT...
POINT YOUR FINGERS FIRST ON MICROSOFT, GOOGLE and FACEBOOK since they are the ones exploiting your personal information way better than we do and we're just joining the bandwagon,.. "

Thank you for patronizing our Products

HP,


LOL HP, joining the bandwagon eh?.. If im not mistaken youre the one of the seniority in da "Bandwagon" of customer and user data exploitation.
 

DerekA_C

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Hp products including their printers are complete junk who buys this garbage i doubt anyone on this site or are least hope.
 

Olle P

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In this case it's not HP's code but code for the touchpad from Synaptics.
One can possibly blame HP for not having checked it properly, but it's more likely they're not even allowed to read the code.
 
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