What is TPM and why does Windows 11 require it?

Gastec

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I think many of you are taking a near-sighted approach to Windows 11, & really don't understand what Microsoft is ushering in.

MS has reworked the original NT kernal and this OS is different. Even though it is not. TPM2.0 is the start of what is to come, in giving the end-user a secure space to be you...


Windows 10 Pro USB retail is $180+ and most Here probably got it for less than $10 bucks, or for free... and will get W11 for free too....!

Nobody has to upgrade & Win10 will be supported for a while, but those who are able to upgrade to Win11, will Orchestrate in a more secure funspace. Ai will be part of what is coming, but Shhhh on that and just understand, end-user integrity has to come before system AI.
So many words when there is only one needed: spyware
 

dustin_ds3000

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If They say they need to force TPM 2.0 on us because ransomware is forecasted to cost $265 billion worldwide by 2031, then it might be cheaper to just send the Military to deal with those who demand ransom. Isn't that why we have and PAY FOR military forces, to keep us safe and fight with our enemies?
before you put my bothers and sisters in harms way please wear the uniform for a few years.
 

Gastec

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before you put my bothers and sisters in harms way please wear the uniform for a few years.
Are you saying that we shouldn't put our payed soldiers in harm's way or that we shouldn't put the hijackers and other ransom demanders in harm's way? If it's the first case and soldiers don't want to be put in harm's way, then where should we put them?
 

dustin_ds3000

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Are you saying that we shouldn't put our payed soldiers in harm's way or that we shouldn't put the hijackers and other ransom demanders in harm's way? If it's the first case and soldiers don't want to be put in harm's way, then where should we put them?
I'm saying unless you want to be on the front lines "to deal with those who demand ransom" leave it to the CIA and FBI before you start a war. Military cant just go get Russian or Indian hackers without starting a war with that nation. If war is what you want, im pointing you to the front.
 
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dustin_ds3000

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Where exactly has this gotten us? The boat is sinking. I don't see them fixing any holes.


 

Gastec

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I'm saying unless you want to be on the front lines "to deal with those who demand ransom" leave it to the CIA and FBI before you start a war. Military cant just go get Russian or Indian hackers without starting a war with that nation. If war is what you want, im pointing you to the front.
I never mentioned wars,front lines,tanks and warplanes,that's the Soviet and Cowboy style. I mentioned the Military because in my country the three-letter agencies are militarized. After all, even James Bond had the rank of Commander in the British Royal Navy. Then again, there might be some cases when the ransomware gangs are actually three-letter spooks but, of course, that's shameless speculation! Shame on me for even thinking it! I'm actually slapping myself now!