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Antipiracy scheme aims protect chip makers

3/10/2008 03:00 PM EDT
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Trainder
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re: Antipiracy scheme aims protect chip makers
Trainder   3/14/2008 8:49:24 AM
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It's an innovation, but broken by someone is just sooner or later.. By the way,this improvement has a limitation. User must connect to internet first before boot up the chip.

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OneOfTheAuthors   3/16/2008 6:29:14 PM
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Users do not need to connect to Internet to use the chip. Chips are activated by the manufacturer before testing. See the original paper for details http://www.eecs.umich.edu/~imarkov/pubs/conf/date08-epic.pdf

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