Can the windows Remote Procedure Call subsystem be modified from the default without causing Windows 8/8.1/10 to break?
This is a question that personally as a security professional has bugged me for a long time. So, a default Windows installation, from XP up to 10, typically has a few services listening on the ...
I'm trying to learn more about full disk encryption (in the context of a Linux based server) and what schemes offer true security and which only offer the illusion of security. As I understand it, ...
I read from a link that says: Trusted Boot takes over where Secure Boot leaves off. The bootloader verifies the digital signature of the Windows 8 kernel before loading it. The Windows 8 kernel, ...
This idea is based on the Integrity Measurement Architecture and the usage of a trusted platform module to ensure the integrity of boot procedures. Let's say we have a kernel designed for an embedded ...