Information on TPM firmware update for Microsoft Windows systems as announced on Microsoft`s patchday on October 10th 2017
Firmware updates are available for Infineon`s Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs) based on TCG specification family 1.2 and 2.0 and will be rolled out to end users by device and OS manufacturers (e.g. hardware OEMs such as PC manufacturers).
Please follow this link for more information on interim measures for Microsoft Windows.
For endusers of computing devices with an Infineon TPM*
Your device might need an update. We are currently working with computing device manufacturers to make these updates available. For more information we recommend checking directly with your device manufacturer:
Please follow the links below or check your manufacturer’s website directly if it is not listed below:
For other operating systems or embedded and IoT devices please contact your device manufacturer.
* What is a TPM?
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is an international standard for a security cryptoprocessor that can securely store critical data such as passwords, certificates and encryption keys. TPM is a dedicated microcontroller designed to secure hardware by integrating cryptographic keys into devices and is used for secured crypto processes within computing devices as well as for secured storage of critical data. TPMs are typically used in business laptops, routers and embedded and IoT devices. The technical TPM specification was written by an industry consortium called Trusted Computing Group (TCG).