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Hypothetical questions like this are difficult to answer and are thus discouraged. In order to be able to receive specific answers, you would first actually need to have been infected by the malware. Second, you would need to be capable of discovering, extracting, and analyzing said malware before anybody would be able to tell you what you should be worried ...


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A mildly sophisticated attacker could drill through the silicone/epoxy to get to the programming pins. Real tamper-resistant hardware needs to have some sort of active detection for this to actually make a difference. For example, the ORWL has a brittle cover around the security-sensitive components, and when it detects that the cover has been removed or ...


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