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4/19/2012 09:56 AM EDT
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DrQuine
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re: Startup tips self-healing secure CPU built on Cortus
DrQuine   4/21/2012 2:26:21 AM
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How is this a self healing system? Is it really a system which can be trained or a system which utilizes multiple algorithms to prevent security breaches?

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DrFPGA   4/21/2012 11:13:52 PM
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Good question. If it is being trained that might open up a new avenue for attack.

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