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Blogs by Trenton Systems

11 Ways to Prevent Hardware & Firmware Hacks

This is a photo of a piece of computer hardware with a skull on it, indicating that the system has been compromised by a hardware or firmware hack.

Photo: Recent reports of supply chain attacks and hardware hacks have the public and private sectors worried about how to protect their computers' hardware and firmware. Hardware and firmware hacks are becoming increasingly prevalent in the high-performance computing industry and have …

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What makes a "Made in USA" Computer?

Made in US Computer

We've written numerous blogs on US-made computer manufacturers. From what it means to buy a "Made in USA" computer to why you should buy an American-made computer, and even how to find trusted computer manufacturers who are truly US-made.

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How To Find Trusted Computer Manufacturers Truly Made In The USA

Computer Manufacturers Truly Made in the USA

"Wait a minute. You make your own boards?" I've spent the last 1.5 years relentlessly studying the world of rugged, high-performance computing. In-person interviews, phone calls, meeting after meeting, podcasts, webinars, forums, magazines (yes, they still exist), and of course search …

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Hacked Hardware, Spy Chips: How to Help Secure Your Servers


In this blog I'll share with you a step-by-step guideline on how to keep your servers protected from possible hardware hacks. I will also summarize Bloomberg's post that started the conversation about hardware cybersecurity and explain how hacked hardware is a real threat with actual …

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Internet-of-Things Crosses Business / Personal Boundaries

It's a sign of the times that we're shifting from BYOB (Bring Your Own Beverage) to the modern age of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), and it's this rapid adoption of devices and associated notion of always being connected that is driving the expansion of the IoT (Internet-of-Things) int …

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