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Perhaps the most controversial system requirement of the upcoming Windows 11 operating system is the need for a hardware trusted platkhung module that meets TPM 2.0 specs. Most modern computers fulfill this requirement using fTPM (firmware TPM) solutions built into their processors; and those that don"t, have TPM headers for add-on TPMs, which scalpers have their eye on. It turns out, that Microsoft is designing special variants of Windows 11 for special contracts Microsoft will exedễ thương. Computers sold under the scheme will be marked "special purpose systems," và the Windows 11 version running them will vày away with the TPM 2.0 requirement. These systems are very likely to be Government or Military; or perhaps even variants Microsoft exports lớn countries like Trung Quốc và Russia, which have their own specialized cybersecurity policies and dictate software lớn be written a certain way khổng lồ be sold in the country.

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23 Comments on Certain "Special Purpose Systems" Variants of Windows 11 Ship Without the TPM 2.0 Requirement

#1lynx29
If only they would allow 7th gene Hãng sản xuất Intel CPU"s... sigh. M$ is so smart... lượt thích when they fail security in-house... lolwww.pcngười chơi.com/a-driver-containing-rootkit-malware-was-certified-by-microsoft/
Reminds me of how Hãng sản xuất Intel CPU"s include that secretive ME (Remote Management Engine) embedded 2nd micro-processor, whilst PC"s designed for High Assurance Platkhung (government purposes) get the ability lớn turn the "security feature" off for... security reasons... ;)
lynx29If only they would allow 7th gen Intel CPU"s... sigh. M$ is so smart... lượt thích when they fail security in-house... lolwww.pcgamer.com/a-driver-containing-rootkit-malware-was-certified-by-microsoft/Fun fact, many of the 8th ren U-series cpus are supported and those are Kaby Lake R.Meanwhile the 7900X from quận 2 2017 is not supported while Xeon 8180 from Q3 is. Both of these being Skylake.Microsoft literally drew a line in the s& at around mid 2017.
This is related to lớn countries that don"t allow certain "foreign" crypto lớn giải pháp công nghệ or that are on lists that ban export of such giải pháp công nghệ to said countries.
ZubasaFun fact, many of the 8th gen U-series cpus are supported and those are Kaby Lake R.Meanwhile the 7900X from Q.2 2017 is not supported while Xeon 8180 from 3 is. Microsoft literally drew a line in the s& at around mid 2017.Same as Ryzen 1000 not been tư vấn while 2000 series is, and it"s the same cpus
BSim500Reminds me of how Hãng sản xuất Intel CPU"s include that secretive sầu ME (Remote Management Engine) embedded 2nd micro-processor, whilst PC"s designed for High Assurance Platform (government purposes) get the ability khổng lồ turn the "security feature" off for... security reasons... ;)Some consumer motherboards have sầu an option to lớn disable the M.E.I know mine does and it is disabled.
ZubasaFun fact, many of the 8th ren U-series cpus are supported & those are Kaby Lake R.Meanwhile the 7900X from Q.2 2017 is not supported while Xeon 8180 from quận 3 is. Both of these being Skylake.Microsoft literally drew a line in the s& at around mid 2017.well...not literally, but we get your point
Posted on Jun 28th 2021, 6:47Reply#8DeathtoGnomes
m$ does it again, think they know whats best for everyone and forces you lớn buy inkhổng lồ it.
Posted on Jun 28th 2021, 6:48Reply#9R-T-B
Caring1Some consumer motherboards have an option khổng lồ disable the M.E.I know mine does and it is disabled.BSim500Reminds me of how Hãng Intel CPU"s include that secretive sầu ME (Remote Management Engine) embedded 2nd micro-processor, whilst PC"s designed for High Assurance Platkhung (government purposes) get the ability khổng lồ turn the "security feature" off for... security reasons... ;)HAP. bit is literally present on every ME ever made. There just isn"t neccesarily a bios menu option for it, but it can still be toggled.It"s also not a "second processor." It"s your same processor, running code with above admin cấp độ priviledges.
....và there we go, this was inevitable. Of course the first official offering from Microsoft khổng lồ the public will be full of false caveats and requirements to lớn entice trichồng users into using a Microsoft account và giving Microsoft even more hardware authority over a system than they already have. The TPM "requirement" is just stronger identification & control of your OS license and despite TPM having beneficial security uses for a user, its only real high-protệp tin press coverage so far been (ab)use by OEMs taking advantage of the "trust" in TPM to push their own software/firmware without requiring user consent.So many people are still using older systems that don"t have sầu TPM built in và Microsoft doesn"t want to thảm bại those users so W11 variants without the draconian requirements weren"t just expected, they are practically guaranteed.You may have sầu to lớn jump through some hoops to legally obtain these versions, just lượt thích you had lớn for the old LTSB licenses. However, the ole" Mary Celeste will still no doubt be a backup for people with ethics as shady as Microsoft"s.
Posted on Jun 28th 2021, 6:57Reply#11freeagent
I can see this turning into a real shit show pretty quiông chồng..

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Posted on Jun 28th 2021, 9:39Reply#12SirB
I"m loving windows 11 !! On dev mode. Took less than 5 minutes today. So far ,so good. Seamless upgrade from existing W/10 install . Way khổng lồ go MS.
Posted on Jun 28th 2021, 13:53Reply#13ozzyozzy
Posted on Jun 28th 2021, 16:44Reply#14Chrispy_
R-T-BIt"s also not a "second processor." It"s your same processor, running code with above sầu admin màn chơi priviledges.It is
a second processor. It always has been. It lives in the chipmix & since Skylake is also a x86.From Wikipedia:The Hãng Intel Management Engine (ME), also known as the Hãng sản xuất Intel Manageability Engine,<1><2> is an autonomous subsystem that has been incorporated in virtually all of Intel"s processor chipsets since 2008.<1><3><4> It is located in the Platform Controller Hub of modern Hãng Intel motherboards.
ncrsIt is a second processor. It always has been. It lives in the chipset and since Skylake is also a x86.From Wikipedia:It used lớn be a seperate arc core on the chipphối but it hasn"t been since X58, when it both became x86, minix based, and on your general cpu. Keep in mind, I"m one of the chief researchers in the effort to disable the Intel ME in firmware, so I know a lot more than wikipedia.
R-T-BIt used to lớn be a seperate arc core on the chipmix but it hasn"t been since X58, when it both became x86, minix based, & on your general cpu. Keep in mind, I"m one of the chief researchers in the effort lớn disable the Hãng Intel ME in firmware, so I know a lot more than wikipedia.And yet what you wrote is wrong, because ME was never located on the CPU itself. Obviously Hãng sản xuất Intel themselves are wrong about where they put it:
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Also how come AMT is functional with the CPU not in the socket? :)
ncrsAlso how come AMT is functional with the CPU not in the socket?AMT is a vPro giải pháp công nghệ which does feature a chipmix coprocessor. It is somewhat seperate from the core Hãng sản xuất Intel ME suite but interacts with it fully. And interestingly, all modern chipsets bởi have this coprocessor, but it is off by default in consumer SKUs. You can toggle it on with some hackery to the image but I don"t really desire out of bvà management.I know what Hãng Intel says but I"ve sầu been through the minix binaries và it"s quite clear where the core ME binaries (as well as the watchdog) run.Hãng sản xuất Intel also claimed for years the HAP bit was non-existant. They aren"t beyond telling what is in generous terms, a simplified version of the truth.Fun fact while we are at it: their RAID solution is run on your primary cpu, too.
R-T-BAMT is a vPro technology which does feature a chipmix coprocessor. It is somewhat seperate from the core Hãng sản xuất Intel ME suite but interacts with it fully. And interestingly, all modern chipsets vày have this coprocessor, but it is off by mặc định in consumer SKUs. You can toggle it on with some hackery to the image but I don"t really desire out of band management.I know what Intel says but I"ve been through the minix binaries and it"s quite clear where the core ME binaries (as well as the watchdog) run.Intel also claimed for years the HAP bit was non-existant. They aren"t beyond telling what is in generous terms, a simplified version of the truth.Fun fact while we are at it: their RAID solution is run on your primary cpu, too.You are aware that what you wrote has no sources other than: trust me bro.You clayên ổn to lớn be a researcher, why haven"t you edited the wikipedia article citing your published papers yet? What you wrote directly contradicts it, and Intel"s documentation. This is a genuine question, not mockery.
ncrsYou are aware that what you wrote has no sources other than: trust me bro.Yes. I no longer work on this (am employed elsewhere now) but people on this forums rethành viên my work & successes. The threads are still here too, most recently ASroông chồng boards pretty sure.Feel miễn phí lớn look up my modified images. And if you still don"t buy it, tough but not much I can vày. I was a researcher who made images, not papers, so nothing to find. But my username is known amognst just about every ME researcher out there, FWIW.As for why I haven"t corrected wikipedia, probably because they"d have sầu lớn start paying me. I"m a very busy man now.I don"t mean this rude. You are correct lớn be skeptical. I am just unsure what more I can provide, sorry. Good on you not taking things at face value though. I mean that honestly.
R-T-BYes. I no longer work on this (am employed elsewhere now) but people on this forum rethành viên my work and successes. The threads are still here too, most recently ASrock boards pretty sure.Feel không tính phí lớn look up my modified images. And if you still don"t buy it, tough but not much I can bởi vì. I was a researcher who made images, not papers, so nothing to lớn find. But my username is known amognst just about every ME researcher out there, FWIW.As for why I haven"t corrected wikipedia, probably because they"d have sầu to start paying me. I"m a very busy man now.I don"t mean this rude. You are correct to be skeptical. I am just unsure what more I can provide, sorry. Good on you not taking things at face value though. I mean that honestly.Alright, I understvà. I"m just surprised that nobody toàn thân from the ME research community wanted lớn fix the publicly available misinformation on the wikipedia page. Like... literally nobody? There must be tons of PhD students interested in this, willing to lớn score easy points & having the civic duty khổng lồ fix this.(But you"re not too busy khổng lồ reply lớn my posts on this diễn đàn tho ;) )
R-T-BNever. TPU is half the reason I have sầu my current job. Besides, it"s far too hot to work today:XslN0A1Wikipedia isn"t honestly a haven for firmware researchers. You may try win-raid.com forums. I think plutomaniac could help you. You could also look inlớn if the author of me_cleaner is still about, he may remember my work. May not, too. Hard to say we didn"t talk much (probably why his user handle is escaping now)Nope. I think only one of us finished college. Firmware stuff is reverse engineering galore and colleges don"t like lớn touch it. Too many grey areas.All the materials I can find for Blackhat, USENIX point to ME being in the chipphối. Even Hãng Intel presented that on Blackhat 2019. Maybe the reason you thought Minix runs on the CPU is the fact that it actually runs on a modified i486 embedded inlớn the chipset since Skylake?Why would Hãng sản xuất Intel lie about this on the biggest security-focused conference?