While we're on the subject of code protection, I've just noticed an
advert for Nat.semi's COP8 devices, claiming 'absolute code security'
A rather bold claim....!
On Tue, 8 Dec 1998, Mike Harrison wrote:
> While we're on the subject of code protection, I've just noticed an
> advert for Nat.semi's COP8 devices, claiming 'absolute code security'
> A rather bold claim....!
I've never successfully read a protected, or "blown-fuse" PIC, or device
Is this that easy to do? What is MicroChip doing about it? Are there
guidelines to follow to "better" protect your code?
on second thought, how easy is it to read thru a 16C5X? Humm... I've also
wanted to see what Meade (Telescope I own) does in their PIC, I see on my
telescope that track objects, and move the telescope! Maybe I can
"enhance" the code, Interfacing my telescope to my RS-232 port without
buying their Magellan Kit (astronomical costs too...) always looks
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