Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 27 Dec 2018.
Can I be the first to applaud you for mentioning this.
The more it's mentioned, especially in reviews that consumers use in their buying choices, the more likely manufacturers will look to address the problem.
The irony, it's RGB related
If you install the Asus ROG software for LEDs it stops you playing Far Cry 5. The anti cheat tool goes nuts.
Took my friend and I a while to figure that one out.
I'm not sure it's official but i think because it's not a remote exploit they think it's not worth fixing.
I suppose in turn, you could always adopt the attitude it's exploitable therefore not worth buying - it's a so called FEATURE that in turn causes a vulnerability which you're in turn expected to pay top dollar for...
Yup, that's logical - NOT.
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