More than any other factor, it is our asset that determines the kind of adversary we face. For most of us, our asset is the corpus of sensitive personal details consequent to online transactions. This all comes down to how much data an adversary can glean from you, and how thoroughly it can analyze it. If your data passes through some software or hardware, its developer or maintainer enjoys some measure of control. The reality of the Internet’s infrastructure is that we can not vet every device or code that interacts with our data.
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