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Intel Software Guard Extensions Tutorial Series update: a new SDK version and a brief intermission An update to the Windows version of the Intel Software Guard Extensions SDK was just posted to the Developer Zone. This new release, version 1.7, adds Visual Studio Professional 2015 Update 3 to the list of supported Microsoft IDE's and the Intel SGX Tutorial Series will take a brief break to...
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