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Standards for a highly secure Windows 10 device | Microsoft Docs
New MS minimum specs for high security Windows 10 setups. Nothing terribly surprising, but the push to hypervisor based security means they are slowly starting to push towards a Qubes approach?
windows  10  hardware  requirement  security  TPM  secure  boot  SLAT  IOMMU  64bit  hypervisor  guard 
17 days ago by asteroza
Can Bitlocker be used in a dual boot system with Windows on one drive, Linux on another? - Super User |
Not sure if the solution here ( would work with TPM or not, but it seems like it would

It uses a boot sector from the Linux partition (you have to tell GRUB to install to the primary/logical partition, rather than the MBR) and BCDEDIT.EXE to create a separate menu entry for the Linux OS.
linux  windows  dualboot  tpm  bitlocker 
28 days ago by kme
Millions of high-security crypto keys crippled by newly discovered flaw | Ars Technica
The Return of Coppersmith's Attack: Practical Factorization of Widely Used RSA Moduli, which will be presented on November 2 at the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security. The vulnerability was discovered by Slovak and Czech researchers from Masaryk University in the Czech Republic, Enigma Bridge in Cambridge, UK, and Ca' Foscari University in Italy. To give people time to change keys, the paper describing the factorization method isn't being published until it's presented at the conference.

The flaw resides in the Infineon-developed RSA Library version v1.02.013, specifically within an algorithm it implements for RSA primes generation. The library allows people to generate keys with smartcards rather than with general-purpose computers, which are easier to infect with malware and hence aren't suitable for high-security uses. The library runs on hardware Infineon sells to a wide range of manufacturers using Infineon smartcard chips and TPMs. The manufacturers, in turn, sell the wares to other device makers or end users. The flaw affects only RSA encryption keys, and then only when they were generated on a smartcard or other embedded device that uses the Infineon library.

Factorizing a 2048-bit RSA key generated with the faulty Infineon library, by contrast, takes a maximum of 100 years, and on average only half that. Keys with 1024 bits take a maximum of only three months.

Both the flawed Infineon library and the Taiwanese digital ID system passed the FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and the Common Criteria standards. Both certifications are managed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Both certifications are often mandatory for certain uses inside government agencies, contractors, and others.
cybersecurity  tpm  rsa  crypto 
5 weeks ago by bwiese
6 Behind-The-Scenes Stories That Prove Hollywood's Crazy AF |
6. The Phantom Menace's Behind-The-Scenes Documentary Is A Car Crash In Slow Motion

You might think that the Star Wars prequels didn't have anything to offer the world other than a tidal wave of nerd rage and enough crappy plastic merchandise to choke the sarlacc. Well, you'd be wrong. An amazing movie did come out of prequels: the behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of The Phantom Menace called The Beginning (because George Lucas Ejaculates All Over His Own Legacy wouldn't look great on a DVD cover).

The hour-long doc opens with Lucas outlining for his team just how many shots will be "real" and how many "not real" -- i.e., the ugly-ass 1990s CGI that had begun infecting Star Wars like an unconvincing STD. The crew either aren't thrilled with the direction the movie's heading, or they all keep silently farting, hoping no one will notice.
starwars  tpm 
8 weeks ago by timberwolfoz
A Serf on Google’s Farm – Talking Points Memo
Via Dale Hatfield

"Google’s monopoly control is almost comically great. It’s a monopoly at every conceivable turn and consistently uses that market power to deepen its hold and increase its profits. Just the interplay between DoubleClick and Adexchange is textbook anti-competitive practices."
TPM  journalism  monopoly  advertising  Google  antitrust  * 
11 weeks ago by pierredv
A Serf on Google’s Farm
Josh Marshall/Talking Points Memo, Sept. 1, 2017.
google  tpm  gmail  monopoly 
11 weeks ago by markcoddington
A Serf on Google’s Farm – Talking Points Memo
"Now, certainly you’re figuring we could contact someone at Google at explain that we’re not publishing hate speech and racist violence. We’re reporting on it. Not really. We tried that. We got back a message from our rep not really understanding the distinction and cheerily telling us to try to operate within the no hate speech rules. And how many warnings until we’re blacklisted? Who knows?"
google  media  tpm  journalism  monopoly  via:cshalizi 
11 weeks ago by arsyed

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