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RajeevVats
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re: Anti tamper real time clock (RTC) - make your embedded system secure
RajeevVats   9/13/2009 4:30:53 AM
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re: Anti tamper real time clock (RTC) - make your embedded system secure
jzwatches   12/14/2012 8:02:25 AM
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Security has indeed fast become an issue with many products and appliances, from computer, electricity to luxury items. Many of these products are essential to our daily lives and we can’t live without them. Imagine the chaos and pandemonium that could result from the failing of such products and appliances. While products these days already have anti-tamper switches in their applications to prevent tampering, we must also keep a vigilant watch and ensure that all the necessary precautions are taken to prevent any possible attacks. - http://www.jzandf.com

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