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Maarten Brock
06/01/12 07:20
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Tilburg
The Netherlands


 
#187595 - IP theft
Responding to: Oliver Sedlacek's previous message
I guess the biggest risk is theft of intellectual property (IP). Once the FPGA is opened up through the backdoor you can probably get the contents and start copying the device.

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TopicAuthorDate
have you seen this?      Richard Erlacher      05/30/12 22:31      
   Backdoor access      Oliver Sedlacek      05/31/12 05:15      
      What's the big deal?      Richard Erlacher      05/31/12 06:35      
      Crypto keys      Per Westermark      05/31/12 06:42      
         High security chips      Oliver Sedlacek      05/31/12 07:28      
            IP theft      Maarten Brock      06/01/12 07:20      
               as far as IP theft is concerned ...      Richard Erlacher      06/01/12 09:47      
   Its really      Jez Smith      06/01/12 09:22      
      Biggest problems is still processor copy-protection      Per Westermark      06/01/12 09:43      
         so Mr Evil Hacker gets his keys      Jez Smith      06/01/12 16:25      
            Mr Evil Hacker is most definitely busy      Per Westermark      06/02/12 10:33      
   Who writes that crap?      Andy Peters      06/04/12 10:32      
      Don't think so much about modification as in extraction      Per Westermark      06/04/12 13:54      
      The people who write that crap...      Jez Smith      06/04/12 15:08      
         c'mon, Jez!      Andy Peters      06/06/12 15:12      
      Never mind who writes it ....      Andy Neil      06/05/12 05:27      
         Right on!      Richard Erlacher      06/05/12 09:46      

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