So is spitting on the sidewalk.
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This is perhaps more to the point:
The hacked OSx86 bypasses a chip, the Trusted Platform Module, or TPM,
that is intended to prevent the system from running on ordinary PCs.
"We have even gone so far as to remove the TPM kernel extension called
AppleTPMACPI.kext entirely," said cmoski.
The impact of the OSx86 hack on Apple's hardware brand could be
The hack shows that Steve Jobs' company will be turning out machines
indistinguishable from any other PC, or "white box," said German
hacker Michael "mist" Steil.
"Apple wants to avoid the word getting out that (MacIntels) are just
PCs, and that (OSx86) works on PCs," said Steil.