Intel developing hardware-based anti-malware tool

By Emil ยท 9 replies
Jan 27, 2011
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  1. Justin Rattner, Intel's chief technology officer, says the chip maker is developing a security game changer that will stop all zero-day attacks. He would not give many details about the new technology, but he did say that he hopes it will be ready to be released this year, and he managed to hype it up quite a bit for ComputerWorld:

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  2. Gotta love the last sentence.
  3. JMMD

    JMMD TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 854

    I'll believe it when I see it. Exploit for hardware released two weeks after release.
  4. Jibberish18

    Jibberish18 TS Evangelist Posts: 646   +89

    I think they're going to digitize and shrink down to 22nm, place him on a chip and have him slash down his foes with his funky and innovative beats.

    I'ma Be Blockin Them Malwares.
  5. lol.. now thats funny - but could be true too
  6. Cota

    Cota TS Enthusiast Posts: 513   +8

    I have a anti-malware tool, and its kind of pro, its called thinking :p
  7. Quantum means "small bit", when are people going to stop using like they use words like "awesome"
  8. Burty117

    Burty117 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 3,149   +915

    Now this, this is funny xD
  9. Consider selling your Intel stock if you have a profit. This idea is foolishness.
  10. fpsgamerJR62

    fpsgamerJR62 TS Rookie Posts: 489

    I had a motherboard once with a NForce chipset for AMD processors. It had some kind of hardware firewall feature built in but I never did figure out whether it was active or not. Maybe the Intel guy was talking about something along those lines.

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