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Questions tagged [trusted-platform-module]

A Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a secure coprocessor found in some x86-based computers that provides cryptographic operations and system integrity measurements.

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SOTA updates in combination with a Trusted Platform Module

I am quite new to cryptography and security related stuff. We are working on a new project with Embedded Linux on the BeagleBone Black. We wish to implement a full root of trust during boot up using ...
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TPM 2.0 Reissued EK Cert

Unlike the TPM 1.2 module, the TPM 2.0 specification allows the platform user to create own ...
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TPM and Remote attestation

I’m a little unclear on this subject: TPM chips to enable remote attestation. This mechanism works as follows. At boot time, the host computes a measurement list ML consisting of a sequence of ...
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How the SW layer communicates with TPM?

In a system with TPM, an RSA private key is kept secretly by the TPM and no one can access it. When something needs to be decrypted using this key, does the TPM itself decrypt the whole massage? How ...
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TPM's monotonic counters

I am reading the TPM Design Principles v1.2 §17 and do not feel I fully understand the example they give on how the counters would work. Apparently monotonic counters are used to prevent replay ...
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TPM specification physical presence requirements

I am looking at TPM Main-Part 1 Design Principles_v1.2_rev116_01032011 and on page 69 of pdf, equivalent to page 57 of the document itself,there is comment on physical presence as follows: "Observe, ...
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TCG design specification of TPM and nonce creation

I am reading TPM Main Part 1 Design Principles (PDF) which states: The creation of all nonce values MUST use the next $n$ bits from the TPM RNG. I do not know what this means, or how to find out ...
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trusted platform module prototype

I have a Java card, which I like to learn more about by installing my own TPM on it. One, which I can kind of "kick the tires", install root keys, send different command to, and ... without fear of ...
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TPM authorization Digest calculation

I am going through Steven Kinney's book; "Trusted Platform Module Basics", and pp 90 - 92 discuss how to calculate the authorization digest. He talks about 1H1, 2H1, 3H1, and 4H1 fields which I do not ...
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How does Intel TXT prevent spoofing of PCR values?

I have read some content on trusted execution environment, and I like to ask exactly how it improves hashing. What I read at Wikipedia’s “Trusted Execution Technology” article states: ...PCRs) ...