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TPM

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A chip usually mounted on the motherboard that securely stores passwords, digital certificates, or encryption keys that are used to authenticate a PC or laptop, so that malware can’t access or tamper with that data. The latest version is 2.0.

TPM Module

In recent years, AMD and Intel have integrated firmware-based TPM into their CPUs. You’ll be able to enable/disable them using the UEFI BIOS on the machine.

TPM BIOS