Re: Security for embedded device
Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2004 13:32:55 +0200
"Guy Macon" <http://www.guymacon.com> wrote in message
> The same argument applies to the sensor: When the code can be obtained
> from the sensor, it is already paid for. So why bother protecting the
It becomes possible to create your own chip with too less effort...
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