AARG!Anonymous wrote:
> Adam Back writes:
>>- Palladium is a proposed OS feature-set based on the TCPA hardware
> Actually there seem to be some hardware differences between TCPA and
> Palladium.  TCPA relies on a TPM, while Palladium uses some kind of
> new CPU mode.  Palladium also includes some secure memory, a concept
> which does not exist in TCPA.

This is correct. Palladium has "ring -1", and memory that is only 
accessible to ring -1 (or I/O initiated by ring -1).



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