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PIGNORIS CAPIO, ROM. civil law. The name given to one of the legis actiones of the Roman law. It consisted chiefly in the taking. of a pledge, and was in fact a mode of execution. It was confined to special cases determined by positive law or by custom, such as taxes, duties, rents, &c., and is comparable in some respects to distresses at common law. The proceeding took place in the presence of a praetor.

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Evolution of the uLoad secure boot loader and safe installer, executing root of trust, sign and verify, authentication and attestation using the STSAFE tamper proof discrete secure element.
Security feature Implementation in embedded devices Secure boot Achieved using cryptographically signed code from the manufacturer along with hardware support verifying code is authentic.
In vehicles the secure boot and integrity check is performed in two levels.
The Arria 10 SoCs offer a processor with rich feature set of embedded peripherals, hardened floating-point variable-precision digital signal processing blocks, high-speed transceivers, hard memory controllers, Secure boot capability, using Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm and Advanced Encryption Standard, and protocol intellectual property controllers all in a single highly integrated package.
This feature is known as Secure Boot and is based on the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI)-the modern BIOS.
Cassiopeia can support additional optional features, including envelope tracking and secure boot, at customer request.
Other features that need to be included are secure boot, secure firmware updates, intrusion detection, endpoint firewall, and a management agent for integration with the IT security management system.
Also, starting with the root of trust, each stage of DTEK50's secure boot chain must first verify that the next component is fully intact before proceeding, ensuring the device has not been tampered with since the last restart.
Vulnerabilities in secure boot firmware components: Up to $200,000
It also has additional features like rapid security patching, FIPS 140-2 compliant full disk encryption, secure boot process and more.
Security foundation including TPM, secure boot and BIOS level lockdown of I/O ports

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