In TCG specification (for TPM devices) they specify how a static root of trust can be built up using secure boot and trusted boot. An alternative method appears to be Intel's Dynamic boot using their ...
While it is theoretically possible to thoroughly examine the source code of Open Source Software to check for backdoors (neglecting a Ken Thompson hack), and given sufficiently adequate knowledge in ...
I understand that the TPM can be used to store an unlimited number of keys. However I am left with a few questions: Presuming the TPM is connected on the LPC what protects the data travelling across ...
How to establish a Sound chain of trust built on one's platform? like: BIOS ==> Boot loader ==> OS ==> Applications Is there any readily available tool to do this?
A TPM hardware device has very limited non-volatile protected memory just sufficient to store the EK (Endorsement Key) and SRK (Storage Root Key). How does a TPM allow nearly unlimited number of ...