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    The official service post can be found here on the support portal: https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1046215

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    I have buy this TPM module separatelly but honestly I not see what is the + of having it, I still see targeted ads and other related things based on browsing the internet, so I not see it help me with security, they still can see what i do in my browser remotelly and TPM does not help.
    All problems are created artificially cause selling solutions is profitable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iTesla View Post
    I have buy this TPM module separatelly but honestly I not see what is the + of having it, I still see targeted ads and other related things based on browsing the internet, so I not see it help me with security, they still can see what i do in my browser remotelly and TPM does not help.
    It's not going to speed up your system or have any visual effect on screen. All it does is it stores usernames and passwords and encryptions keys separate from the operating systems and away from the hard drive. No one has access to the TPM, not even the user. It basically greatly enhances the security of your PC.
    Last edited by Jesseinsf; 07-22-2021 at 08:25 PM.

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    ASUS site for Win11 BIOS updates and download links: https://www.asus.com/microsite/mothe...s-Win11-ready/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesseinsf View Post
    No one has access to the TPM, not even the user. It basically greatly enhances the security of your PC.
    Until it's backdoored, or beaten, or something else that hasn't been disclosed (just look at the Meltdown vulnerability).
    It's not some panacea of security that is suddenly going to secure the world from all attack vectors, all we need to do is just trust Microsoft and load up Windows 11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arallu View Post
    Until it's backdoored, or beaten, or something else that hasn't been disclosed (just look at the Meltdown vulnerability).
    It's not some panacea of security that is suddenly going to secure the world from all attack vectors, all we need to do is just trust Microsoft and load up Windows 11.
    Recent news does verify what you are saying.

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    whats the deal with ROG STRIX Z490-I GAMING? why cant asus make it windows 11ready? its the only 490 board that lack suport for 11 and new intel cpus..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arallu View Post
    Until it's backdoored, or beaten, or something else that hasn't been disclosed (just look at the Meltdown vulnerability).
    It's not some panacea of security that is suddenly going to secure the world from all attack vectors, all we need to do is just trust Microsoft and load up Windows 11.
    The TPM module is the backdoor, it's purpose is Digital Rights Management and computer security. The Trusted Computing Group decides what software had been legally obtained and would be allowed to run on the computer, and what software, such as illegal copies or viruses and trojans, should be disabled.

    The whole process is governed by Windows, and through remote access, by Microsoft.

    Currently there is a new set of specifications out, creatively dubbed TPM 2.0. While TPM allowed users to opt in and out, TPM 2.0 is activated by default when the computer boots up. The user cannot turn it off. Microsoft decides what software can run on the computer, and the user cannot influence it in any way.

    Rudiger Weis, a professor at the Beuth University of Technology in Berlin explains the dream chip of the NSA in an interview back in 2013. https://netzpolitik.org/2013/intervi...ste-froehlich/

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    The TPM module is the backdoor

    True!

    A watchdog chip called "Trusted Computing Module" (TPM) is to be integrated into every electronic device, which should not only make the secret service happy. Together with the procedures now implemented by Microsoft within Windows 8 (especially Secure Boot), the user is largely deprived of control over his own hardware and software.

    So, Windows 11 (must have TPM enabled) is an ankle bracelet for computers!

    https://windowsreport.com/windows-11-tpm-exceptions/

    Will there be any way I can download Windows 11 in English language from China or Russia due to western encryption technologies?

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonk...h=54221d8b72c1

    Alternatively, is Microsoft going to charge a monthly/yearly fee to run Widows 11 without a TPM?
    Last edited by pndiode; 08-13-2021 at 01:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
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    Thread updated.

    As always Thank you @MoKiChU STAY WELL!

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