I have some systems that I am unable to enable Bitlocker on. The TPM wizard reports that the version of the TPM is inadequate to function with bitlocker.
Is it possible to upgrade a TPM to 1.2?
Is it possible that I have my hard drive encrypted without Bitlocker knowing about it?
I have a new Fujitsu T904 and installed a Samsung 840 EVO 1TB mSATA SSD. TPM Active. Did the Secure Erase using Magician. Clean Windows 8.1 Install.
On my computer I am running Ubuntu 14.04 with full encryption.
I am wondering if it is possible to connect Ubuntu encryption with functonality of TPM (Trusted Platform Module), so for example I would not have to type my encryption password at boot, or I could use USB key (I saw these functionalities are provided by Windows BitLocker and I just want to know if I can take advantage of TPM a
I would like to know if my laptop is bitlocker enabled, and I use it to access internet based services through public wireless connections, can a hacker steal cookies from me and pose as me despite the bitlocker encryption?
I am wondering if I can use the same usb stick that i store my bitlocker keys on to install ubuntu on. My Harddrive is completely Encrypted for Windows Bitlocker and In order to boot my computer I need my USB stick since I do not have a TPM supported machine. How would I go about installing ubuntu on my stick and still make it readable when called on by bitlocker? if this is even possible.
I am using Dell Latitude E5410 with Windows 7. It has a single hard disk with two drives, both encrypted with Bitlocker (not sure if they use the same or different keys). I have a key for the C Drive available.
My laptop's motherboard has failed, and needs a replacement.