INSYDE SOFTWARE CORP.
|INSYDE SOFTWARE CORP. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130283260||IMAGE GUIDED METHOD FOR INSTALLING APPLICATION SOFTWARE - An image guided method for installing application software has the steps of using an electronic device to capture an image associated with an application software (App), comparing the captured image with data in an image database, generating installing information of the App based on the comparison result, and displaying the installing information on the electronic device to guide a user to install the App in the electronic device. Therefore, when the user takes the electronic device to capture an image or an icon associated with the App, the user receives the installing information of the App through the image comparison process and installs the App in the electronic device conveniently.||10-24-2013|
|20130283229||METHOD FOR AUTOMATICALLY GENERATING AND LAUNCHING APPLICATION SOFTWARE THROUGH A SINGLE ENTRY POINT OF A STORE PLATFORM - A method for automatically generating and launching application software through a single entry point of a store platform provides a continuous service for automatically generating and launching APP through an APP store platform providing application software (APP). After users briefly describe and/or input information, the APP store platform can automatically generate an APP product and directly launch the APP product thereon. The store platform can further launch APP products to other external APP store platforms. Accordingly, a convenient service with continuity and coherence for automatically generating and launching APP products can be provided.||10-24-2013|
|20130124843||SECURE BOOT ADMINISTRATION IN A UNIFIED EXTENSIBLE FIRMWARE INTERFACE (UEFI)-COMPLIANT COMPUTING DEVICE - Firmware in a UEFI-compliant computing device is used to administer and alter a Secure Boot process for the computing device while continuing to provide protection from unauthorized third-party code.||05-16-2013|
|20130104188||SECURE OPTION ROM CONTROL - A mechanism for controlling the execution of Option ROM code on a Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI)-compliant computing device is discussed. A security policy enforced by the firmware may be configured by the computing platform designer/IT administrator to take different actions for different types of detected expansion cards or other devices due to the security characteristics of Option ROM drivers associated with the expansion card or device. The security policy may specify whether authorized signed UEFI Option ROM drivers, unauthorized but signed UEFI Option ROM drivers, unsigned UEFI Option ROM drivers and legacy Option ROM drivers are allowed to execute on the UEFI-compliant computing device.||04-25-2013|
|20120260082||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PROCESSING REQUESTS TO ALTER SYSTEM SECURITY DATABASES AND FIRMWARE STORES IN A UNIFIED EXTENSIBLE FIRMWARE INTERFACE-COMPLIANT COMPUTING DEVICE - A mechanism for allowing firmware in a UEFI-compliant device to implement the UEFI specification driver signing and Authenticated Variable elements while at the same time protecting the system security database holding the library of approved keys and lists of allowed and forbidden programs from unauthorized modifications is discussed.||10-11-2012|
|20120221866||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR SECURELY STORING FIRMWARE - A mechanism for creating secure storage for firmware for a computing device. A designated secure storage area holding firmware that is executable prior to a loading of an operating system for the computing device is created during a build of a ROM image. The creating marks one or more files as requiring encrypted storage and the one or marked files are combined during the build into the designated secure storage area. The designated secure storage area is located outside the ROM image and includes, during the build of the ROM image, a reference to the designated secure storage area in a build of firmware placed in the ROM image. The reference includes a flag indicating a current encrypted status of the designated secure storage area.||08-30-2012|
|20110161646||Method for performing quick boot and general boot at bios stage - A method for performing a quick boot and a general boot at a basic input output system (BIOS) stage is described. A computer is powered on. An embedded controller firmware or a BIOS determines whether a quick boot key is pressed. If the quick boot key is not pressed, a boot flag is changed from Quick Boot to General Boot. If the quick boot key is pressed, the BIOS determines whether the boot flag is set to Quick Boot. If it is determined that the boot flag is set to Quick Boot, an initialization of drivers preset by the quick boot is performed, and uninitialized drivers are initialized at a stage when an operating system is started. If it is determined that the boot flag is set to General Boot, an initialization of all drivers is performed.||06-30-2011|
Patent applications by INSYDE SOFTWARE CORP.