Method Disclosed to Securely Store Product Audit Data in Program Flash Memory
Original Publication Date: 2001-May-18
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2003-Jun-18
Method Disclosed to Securely Store Product Audit Data in Program Flash Memory Background Sometimes a product (computer or other machine) is sold or leased for a price that is charged for a minimal resource capacity even though the product contains, or is capable of more than the minimum. It is understood that the customer can access more of the product's resources at any time with the proviso that an additional fee will be billed for the extra resources used.