CWE-1324: DEPRECATED: Sensitive Information Accessible by Physical Probing of JTAG Interface
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This entry has been deprecated because it was at a lower level of abstraction than supported by CWE. All relevant content has been integrated into CWE-319.
Use for Mapping: Prohibited (this CWE ID must not be used to map to real-world vulnerabilities).
Rationale: This CWE has been deprecated.
Comments: see description for suggestions of other CWEs to consider.