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Commentary> Intel AMT (Active Management Technology)

The difference between C.U.P.I.D. and Intels design lays in the underlying hardware architectural designs. Ultimately when software is made for C.U.P.I.D., I as the designer can see a similar look and feel to the softwares management ability and function - plus many other abilities with the most notable a true antivirus capability.

Early versions of the Intel AMT used a chip embedded in to the on-board Intel network card to carry out tasks.

Deliniating the difference between 'similar' and 'the same' are what seperates the two designs. In effect, I see the two as cousins in the technical field, but not remotely 'the same' by any means.

 

Commentary>Intel Management Engine (ME) backdoor access

Intel has through its newer ME architecture, created a stand-alone ability to operate outside any other control vector. With todays technologies it is totally undetectable and unaccountable. With such limited information it is easy to see how any hacker could use this to detrimental effects of any intended victim.

As this design uses its own processor-within-a-chip, however limited, power does still need to be on in the device, even if in a sleep state, to function.

As such, the C.U.P.I.D. design uses the primary CPU as its source of computing ability. Given the same 'power on/sleep state' required to function, and the fact the C.U.P.I.D. design has the ability to monitor all activity in a computer/device, it is entirely plausible with proper programming C.U.P.I.D. could catch any improper Intel ME activity.

As the designer of C.U.P.I.D. I see no reason given proper programming that the two could not be made to work together. Both technologies would benefit while only C.U.P.I.D. could detect the Intel ME but not conversely.

While C.U.P.I.D. will be a user choice, it is questionable as to the ability to completely turn off the Intel ME. As both the Intel ME and C.U.P.I.D. can access any TCP/IP stack without any operating system, technically speaking, both could run at the same time.

A good comparison between the two is C.U.P.I.D. is customizable to a given goal with many possibilities while the Intel ME is extremely limited in both scope and function. To put in perspective, C.U.P.I.D. is a Swiss Army Knife to Intel ME's being an appliance.

Finally, to my knowledge and exhaustive Patent searching of online databases, the two -do not share- any patent designs. As stated throughout this website - C.U.P.I.D. levels the playing field.

 

 

 

 

 

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