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This is all from google translator.

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A few days ago, Intel announced that it is engaged in a "anti-theft" (ATT Anti-Theft Technology) technology research and the adoption of the technology that will let Theft lost part of the motive of theft, because if not authorized, is not only hard drive will be locked, and even processors are not functioning.

Although Intel did not do a good job in the ATT technology into notebooks in the preparation, but studies show that data protection has become second only to the performance of consumers to buy machinery to the second major factor, it is home The chip giant think it is the timing of the development of this technology. However, Intel did not disclose the specific details, but generally displayed some circumstances, such as the above-mentioned not only locked drives, but also control processors. In fact, the hard disk encryption technology already exists, but the company said that they would like to encourage more manufacturers join the fray, and it will be extended to SSD drives, and other hardware.



Steal me ATT let you steal the fragmentation also used by all other

At the same time, Intel's director of mobile Dadi Perlmutter said the company is still trying to bring tracking capabilities into the ATT, of course, also need to provide additional network services. In addition to Intel, Fujitsu Siemens, Lenovo, Phoenix and McAfee and other vendors are conducting relevant research and development. The technology is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter of this year, Intel also expects its Centrino 2 will be integrated into the platform.

View today: sounds good, for those who attempt to steal data, the exact role of a certain obstacles. Relative now drives encryption, but also to prevent theft after the replacement of hard drives continue to be used. But count "Shunshouqianyang" who, how many know the technology, it would not have expected they would be found not start when returned. However, there are just better than nothing, at least some of the crowd, or of practical value.
http://209.85.135.104/translate_c?hl...4/1262280.html
The English one.

The original: http://notebook.pconline.com.cn/news...4/1262280.html
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I'd rather that nothing could lock itself out, personally.

I can see that going wrong way too easily.
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In Theory....great Idea. In practise could do more harm than good. I am not sure if it will work like this with a CPU but I remembers trying to use a locked HDD on another motherboard and for obvious reasons it would not work as it was locked to the ID of the motherboard.

If this was the case for some CPU's that would be a bind.
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I forsee this going off randomly and locking down peoples laptops (I presume laptops are what it's designed for mainly).
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I forsee this going off randomly and locking down peoples laptops (I presume laptops are what it's designed for mainly).
It does seem that way. If it was for consumer desktop chips then I can see complications down the line.
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This like ENTERPRISE said, sounds great, but will fail miserably.

I can't wait for the things to lock up and then we get all the people saying "Grr, these computers are so stupid!!!"

Then I have to go and fix it...
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It does seem that way. If it was for consumer desktop chips then I can see complications down the line.
Exactly, somebody could sell you there locked CPU anywhere and you would find yourself with a working, but locked CPU, great!

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This like ENTERPRISE said, sounds great, but will fail miserably.

I can't wait for the things to lock up and then we get all the people saying "Grr, these computers are so stupid!!!"

Then I have to go and fix it...
Trust me, it's not something that you will be able to do yourself, there's probably only Intel who will be able to unlock them.
    
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I forsee this going off randomly and locking down peoples laptops (I presume laptops are what it's designed for mainly).
i would expect hackers to take FULL advantage of this and really start causing problems.
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this is just useless, some one will find a way around it, and this is what really scares me with the whole cell processor idea of tapping in to other CPUs for more power, etc. and putting a cell CPU in EVERYTHING.
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