IBM unveils integrated CPU encryption for tight security/DRM

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I just posted the article IBM unveils integrated CPU encryption for tight security/DRM.

 Several  years back, Intel unveiled its hardware level security, the Trust Platform Module, which aims to overcome software hacking, such as 

intercepting the decoded output from DRM protected…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/11723-IBM-unveils-integrated-CPU-encryption-for-tight-security_DRM.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/11723-IBM-unveils-integrated-CPU-encryption-for-tight-security_DRM.html)

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#2

sooner or later it will come to the market; we won’t be able to run anything unless signed…hopefully not the encryption will have a hole for homeland security and others alike…i heard uk government wants ms to make holes for them


#3

Physical ‘piggy-back’ on hardware is not unhearded of, think PS mod chips and possibly the upcoming HDCP debunkers :wink: Kind of like “blueneuron” for bigblue :wink:


#4

they can only lock down the new kit with this new technology but what goodwould that do them if people just left it on the shelves to rot ? the consumer has the power to away witht these stupid antics just by not buying or standing for it take a look at the french recently got the government to do a reversal wow i take my hat to the french for standing up and kicking ass


#5

Hey folks, stay tuned for the CD Freaks headline 6-30 hours after IBM markets this protection scheme: [B]IBM hardware DRM disallows [___][/B] (where [___] is “store-bought music CDs” or “packaged software CDs” or “some studios’ DVD movies”) And Sony will grin and say “I remember when that happened to us…”