Semi-random links to information I’ve used as reference for some of my rambling thoughts…
- VeriSign and Infineon Collaborate To Increase Usability of Trusted Computing Solutions
- This Ain’t Your Father’s Internet (How Hardware Security Will Become Nearly Ubiquitous as a Rock Solid Solution to Safeguarding Connected Computing)
- “Microsoft also said Wednesday it will make Longhorn’s Network Access Protection technology compatible with the Trusted Computing Group’s Trusted Network Connect (TNC) network security architecture and Trusted Platform Module 1.2.” [NOTE: I believe this is a misinterpretation – sounds like Ballmer only said TNC, not TPM 1.2]
- Newsgroup post: enabling Secure Startup
- XBox 360 Contains TPM 1.2 chip?
- German TPM information (translated to English by Google)
- Hints on what is needed in TPM 1.2 for Microsoft’s security/NGSCB technologies:
Additional engineering-level info on what TPM 1.2 brings:
- More TPM 1.2 details:
- Reviews of TPM-enabled Tablet PCs:
- Current info (as of 2004) on TPM & NGSCB:
- Microsoft’s current info on NGSCB:
- Microsoft’s older info (as of 2003) on NGSCB:
- STMicro mentions three features of TPM 1.2:
Whew! Now back to your regularly scheduled surfing.