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Ronnie Donnell Yates Jr, Richard Andrew Meyer, Aaron Joshua Nonis, Stephen J Styrchak, Julien Jacques Nicolas Ellie: Transfer of content to closed systems. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, April 19, 2011: US07927214

Mechanisms are disclosed that allow for the communication between closed computing systems and other computing systems. Gaming consoles, for instance, can use the present mechanisms to communicate with PCs, especially when unsigned content is sent from the PCs to the gaming consoles. The disclosed c ...


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Albert Sing Ho, Ronnie Donnell Yates, Richard Andrew Meyer: Storing information in closed computing devices. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, October 23, 2008: US20080263679-A1

Mechanisms for securely storing unsigned information in closed computing devices are disclosed. Unsigned media entities, such as independently developed games, can be stored in a closed computing device, such as a gaming console. The storing of media entities can include preventing any content, whet ...


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Ronnie Donnel Yates, Richard Andrew Meyer, Aaron Joshua Nonis, Stephen J Styrchak, Julien Jacques Nicolas Ellie: Executing unsigned content and securing access in a closed system. Microsoft Corporation, Woodcock Washburn, June 12, 2008: US20080140958-A1

Mechanisms are disclosed that allow for execution of unsigned content and the securing of resources in a closed system when such unsigned content is executing on the system. For example, an access layer is used between an operating system layer of the closed system and the actual unsigned content. T ...