Computers and servers database protection through centralised management avoiding malicious hardware attacks
A Hardware Trojan is a malicious modification of the electronic circuit of an integrated circuit. A hardware Trojan is completely characterised by its physical representation and its behavior. The playback load of a Hardware Trojan is all the activity that the Trojan executes when it is fired. In general, malicious Trojans attempt to bypass or disable a system's security fence: it can leak sensitive information by radio broadcast. Hardware Trojans can also disable, disrupt, or destroy the entire chip or components of it. Hardware Trojans can be introduced as hidden "gateways" that are inadvertently inserted during the design of a computer chip, using pre-fabricated ASIC IP cores that have been purchased from an untrusted source or inserted internally by a malicious employee . acting on their own, or on behalf of dishonest special interest groups.