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Submission + - Chrome OS has support for Trusted Computing (chromium.org)

KNicolson writes: Looking at the recently-released documentation for Chromium OS, I couldn't help but notice that the Trusted Platform Module features in the specifications, and the latest source tree even has a directory reserved for a TPM emulator. Some blog speculation highlights that Trusted Boot would be trivial and fully locked-down Secure Boot is quite feasible.
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Chrome OS has support for Trusted Computing

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