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"Absolute persistence technology is built into the BIOS or firmware of a device during the manufacturing process." So, in addition to removing the agent, you will need to flash the BIOS or firmware of the device, with a version without the technology. Since "core boot is a Free Software project aimed at replacing the proprietary BIOS (firmware) found in ...


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There is a way to do this via Google's Native Client. However, executables have to be compiled for this environment explicitely. It is difficult to achieve otherwise (i.e. without a sandbox). DEP can't do this for you, as it only prevents memory segments without the executable flag from being executed. Just think of reading the CPUID, which is a simple ...


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Hardware enforced DEP may be able to prevent, unsure about returning false values


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According to the FAQ: What if the Absolute software agent needs to be removed from a device? IT administrators that have been authorized to do so, may carry out this function themselves within the Absolute Customer Center for Computrace, or from within the Absolute Manage console for Absolute Manage software agent removal. I.e. you have to ...



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