I was just wondering about something that's being bugging me for a while.
These USB WiFi dongles, are they actually a possible doorway to the machine once the machine has being shutdown?
Whilst the hardrive is not functional the machine is still capable of being switched on remotely by packet broadcast to communicate with the device. Now if this is true or possible which I believe it is, you can mount the drive before bootleg and firewalls in order to gain access to the content on the drive.
While the machine is plugged in the wall or the laptop with it's battery still inserted gives it power available for a remote signal to activate the machine.
Something to wonder about if you really should unplug it after shutdown
I appreciate any reply but however those that can reply must have some knowledge into WiFi security and experience. Those that do not possess such knowledge your speculative feedback has being long thought about already.
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