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“Mr. Bailey said some hacking risks could be reduced by using better "microcontrollers," or tiny computers that control various devices, so they are tamper-resistant and better able to handle cryptography.”
“Microsoft will continue to make advances in these types of safeguards and work closely with law enforcement and product safety groups to keep Kinect tamper-resistant.”
“But developers can make their work much harder by combining a cluster of techniques, he counsels: obfuscating code, modifying the licensing library to protect against common cracking techniques, designing the app to be tamper-resistant, and offloading license validation to a trusted server.”
“The 2008 National Electric Code (NEC) requires all new or renovated outlets in homes to be tamper-resistant.”
“She somewhat reluctantly stuffed a couple of bills into the tamper-resistant bucket and hurried off.”
“Fraud-resistant, tamper-resistant biometric Social Security cards would be issued to prevent the hiring of illegal immigrants.”
“For example, the 2011 National Electrical Code recently released by the National Fire Prevention Association mandates the use of tamper-resistant receptacles and arc-fault circuit interrupters, among other safety updates.”
“Unlike simple plug-in or spring-loaded outlet covers, tamper-resistant receptacles contain a mechanism that prevents electrical current from flowing until both blades of a power plug have been inserted firmly into the outlet.”
“With hardware you can create what we call a tamper-resistant security module.”
“The system (which Carr dubbed his "Tylenol tamper-resistant cap") works only with Heartland processing hardware; the company guarantees to reimburse the merchant for any fines and the cost of any forensic investigation if its system is breached.”
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