Mr. Zhu was:Good news: compatible microchip's products ...
Chris Eddy wrote:
> That's right, now, isn't it? He offered reverse engineering services.
> It is coming back to me now.
It should be *stunningly* obvious, that the ability to read protected
code out of a chip directly (as against employing random "hacking" by
trying various impulses, out-of-spec timings and odd commands)
presupposes the examination of the structure of the chip to determine
the address and data busses etc.
If you can read those details, you can copy the chip's circuit and
therefore, not necessarily but possibly copying the masks, the chip.
See also: www.piclist.com/techref/microchip/devices.htm?key=microchip
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