The Anti-Piracy Measure Using Encryption of Embedded Products May Mitigate the Security Strength

Abstract

In this paper, firstly we describe the piracy problem of embedded products. Then we formulate the security features of anti-piracy embedded products. Finally we prove that the anti-piracy measure using encryption of embedded products may mitigate the security strength.

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Xiong, Z. , Zhang, R. , Zhan, X. and Liu, Z. (2013) The Anti-Piracy Measure Using Encryption of Embedded Products May Mitigate the Security Strength. Communications and Network, 5, 430-433. doi: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2079.

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