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USB Blaster II Letter of Volatility Requested

Rameriz
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I am looking for the Letter of Volatility for the Altera USB-Blaster II.  I was previously provided under case #05156156 to another member.  Can you please e-mail it to me.  Thanks

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YuanLi_S_Intel
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I am sending to your email. Please check it.


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Rameriz
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Hi, I received the letter but ask for an update.  The letter's subject is "Intel FPGA USB Download Cable (formerly the USB Blaster)", and in the body it refers to "[PL-USB-BLASTER-RCN]".

The issue is that part I have in hand states "Altera USB-Blaster II".  There is no reference to Intel or the part number you referred to.  So my ask is can you update the letter to include "Altera USB-Blaster II" either in the Subject line or in the body.

ps. picture of product attached for reference

Thanks

RR

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YuanLi_S_Intel
Employee
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Please delete the PDF file attached. Sorry this the format we have.


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Rameriz
Beginner
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Sorry, I do not quite understand the response.  Will you be providing an updated letter?

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YuanLi_S_Intel
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Have already sent through via email. Please take a look.


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ndlovaglio
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Can you send me a cop of this CoV/LoV for the PL-USB-BLASTER-RCN?

Thank you. 

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Rameriz
Beginner
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This is what I received from Intel.  Hopefully one of them will work for you.

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ndlovaglio
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Thank you so much, I sincerely appreciate it. 

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Nate5
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Hello Intel,

 

Thank you for providing the LoV. My security team has a question for you.   In the LoV for the Altera USB-Blaster II, It says "The firmware does support programming the non-volatile firmware storage memory as well as the non-volatile UFM. These features are only internally available but the functionality is there."

By "only internally available", does that mean only Intel personnel can program the non-volatile firmware (through the use of proprietary software, etc.)?

We need to make sure that anyone in general cannot edit the non-volatile memory. If we can, is there a procedure to sanitize it?

 

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