Since good Antialware solutions are welcomed and since great antimalware solutions tend to use a goodly amount of system resources (multiple engines running at the same time) - it is proposed to create and use an on-board motherboard chip/IC just for the purpose of antimalware/security. This will use resources certainly but the largest hit will be a trivial amount of electricity for running the chip and associated circuits. Realising this is not the first time this has been proposed perhaps some developer who has not considered this idea may see this and start the final solution. Yes of course there are already Hardware firewalls etc. as a separate box but an IC on the motherboard is a much better solution. Do you agree?