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Submission + - UDPi's Core to Disc Security Developments

Robin Emery writes: "Universal Data Protection Corp.: Core to Disc Security Developments

Universal Data Protection Corp. (UDPi) hopes to become the hardware security standard, a piece of the puzzle that they claim is currently missing in software-based security solutions. UDPi's security becomes part of the Central Processing Unit (CPU) at the manufacturing stage, creating inherent hard-wired security that cannot be cracked with software-based attacks and is impervious to physical attacks such as reverse engineering and die slicing. UDPi's security technology covers numerous applications from protecting intellectual property (IP) in the microprocessor core to protecting optical media such as software and DVDs against piracy, which costs companies billions of dollars of potential revenue each year. For more information, visit UDPi's website at"

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