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    Sequitur Labs shows real-world use of new Core M platform

    CoreLockr technology protects from malicious code.
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    Re: Sequitur Labs shows real-world use of new Core M platform

    Nice. But in terms of "gives [developers] a solution that would otherwise be impossible/very expensive to attain" it's only any use if the end user is running hardware with this feature - so they would still have to provide a solution for other platforms, given that the userbase of M processors will be relatively small swathe of the community. Or is CoreLockr getting rolled out to all intel CPUs. Even if so then what about people with AMD ones?
    Last edited by ik9000; 28-10-2016 at 09:47 AM.

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