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    Microsoft partners with CPU makers for Secured-core PCs

    AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm are all on-board with System Guard Secure Launch.
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    Re: Microsoft partners with CPU makers for Secured-core PCs

    You're a fool if you believe this, its more a right then lads how do we build the next gen backdoor in so we dont caught next time.

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    Re: Microsoft partners with CPU makers for Secured-core PCs

    I believe the motivation behind this is more to restrict (our usage) than to prevent (attacks). Somewhere in the back of my head something is screaming "Palladium".

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    Re: Microsoft partners with CPU makers for Secured-core PCs

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    I believe the motivation behind this is more to restrict (our usage) than to prevent (attacks). Somewhere in the back of my head something is screaming "Palladium".
    I was getting deja-vue, but well done on remembering the name!

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    Re: Microsoft partners with CPU makers for Secured-core PCs

    ...SECURED but during updates Microsoft gets data from your Documents folder...biggest hacker is Microsoft.

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    Re: Microsoft partners with CPU makers for Secured-core PCs

    So basically Secure Boot 2.0?

    Will other OS makers have to get certified by Microsoft for this too in that case?

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