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MStar licenses security technology from CRI

9/6/2011 11:10 PM EDT
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WW Thinker
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re: MStar licenses security technology from CRI
WW Thinker   9/7/2011 10:38:39 PM
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Your assertion should be largely correct. Because MStar's core business is CE STBs and DTVs, DRM / conditional_access / content_protection are critical requirements of its products.

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geminiz   9/7/2011 7:03:58 PM
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Actually forgive my word choices. I think I sound unnecessary rude on the previous message. And I might be wrong myself.

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geminiz   9/7/2011 6:57:16 PM
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You completely misunderstand what the CryptoFirewall does -_-. It's not a network firewall intend to protect your privacy. It has nothing do with virus invading your microwave. This is a DRM-like technology meant to prevent you from stealing free IPTV.

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chanj0   9/6/2011 11:49:03 PM
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With the coming demand of smart appliances and wired home, security is no doubt a crucial subject. I am sure no one is looking forward to household appliance being hacked. Nor can we live with a virus invaded microwave oven. Firewall is a complicated piece of IT equipment. What is required to get average Joe be able to re-configure a firewall to fit his need? Or firewall configuration will be done automatically and intelligently.

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