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Since the BIOS is generally the first thing that runs in a computer, using a PCI/PCI-E USB controller, bluetooth, or on screen keyboard would only "protect" you if the attacker didn't consider these cases. This is still a problem because you're depending on whether or not the attacker did attack something rather than whether or not they can attack ...


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I guess it would require too much effort and still you would not be 100% sure. Have a reliable anti malware with the latest update perform a deep scan to look for it. If you are very well experience with the OS' processes, take a look to see if any unknown process is currently running. Check the connected USB devices to the computer. Two keyboards are a ...



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