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Old 06-26-2021, 21:00
DavidXanatos DavidXanatos is offline
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Well encrypting the TPM itself, is fine with me, but they insist on encrypting the virtual drives as well and that's just overkill and moreover unnecessary.
This way I can not quickly add a TPM to a VM and later remove it without going through a long process or en- and then de-cryptionof the virtual drives.
That is imho unnecessary as if one wants the drive content to be secure one can use bit locker with the encrypted TPM or alike.

I would like to add some proper TPM support to disccryptor and for that I would need some quick way to test many things without risking to brick real hardware.

I'll check out QEMU it would be great if it would provide the needed functionality without all the hassle of VMware.
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