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SubjectRe: [PATCH 1/4] integrity: TPM internel kernel interface
> Being a TCG/TPM person, I can only address the first question.  The
> intent is that the TPM is soldered to the planar/motherboard (the TCG
> uses the phrase "bound to the platform"). I can't imagine
> any manufacturer designing a pluggable TPM. It would subvert PCR
> measurements and thus attestation, data sealing, etc.

So the security limit of your TPM is a soldering iron .. whoo. I'm not
sure this is actually the case however as the secret of interest is in
the TPM so even if I replaced the TPM the goodies already set up are in
the TPM I just unsoldered surely ?


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