This new TPM 2.0 security flaw could spell big trouble for “billions” of devices

Cybersecurity researchers from Quarkslab discovered two vulnerabilities in the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0, which could spell big trouble for “billions” of devices.

TPM 2.0 is a chip that PC manufacturers have added to motherboards since mid-2016. The technology, as Microsoft explains, is designed to provide “security-related functions”. The chip helps generate, store, and limit the use of cryptographic keys.

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