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

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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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