CERT-Bund: analysis of Windows 10 TPM and UEFI Secure Boot

[…]The objective of this work package is the analysis of the: (i) interactions between the Windows 10 operating system that is subject of analysis and the Trusted Platform Module (TPM); (ii) the role that the TPM plays in activities of the operating system, with a focus on the booting process (which we refer to as Windows boot); and (iii) the configuration and logging capabilities of the TPM. As required by the German Federal Office for Information Security, the TPM standard in focus is that of version 2.0.[…]

https://www.bsi.bund.de/SharedDocs/Downloads/DE/BSI/Cyber-Sicherheit/SiSyPHus/Workpackage5_TPM-Nutzung.html

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