Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 29th Aug 2005 12:42 UTC
Windows Secure Startup is primarily designed to prevent laptop thieves and other unauthorized users with physical access to a computer from getting access to the data on the system. Secure Startup uses a chip called the Trusted Platform Module, or TPM, which offers protected storage of encryption keys, passwords and digital certificates. Vista uses this capability to verify that a PC has not been tampered with when it starts up and to protect data through encryption.
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RE: It's already cracked
by raboof on Mon 29th Aug 2005 13:55 UTC in reply to "It's already cracked"
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Can you explain how that site shows "it is cracked"? Exactly what is "cracked"?

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