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DEFINITION: Trusted computing is a broad term that refers to technologies and proposals for resolving computer security problems through hardware enhancements and associated software modifications. Several major hardware manufacturers and software vendors, collectively known as the Trusted Computing Group (TCG), are cooperating in this venture and have come up with specific plans. The TCG develops and promotes  … 
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SECURITY DEFINITION (continued): …  specifications for the protection of computer resources from threats posed by malicious entities without infringing on the rights of end users.Microsoft defines trusted computing by breaking it down into four technologies, all of which require the use of new or improved hardware at the personal computer (PC) level: Memory curtaining -- prevents programs from inappropriately reading from or writing to each other's memory. Secure input/output (I/O) -- addresses threats from spyware such as keyloggers and programs that capture the contents of a display. Sealed storage -- allows computers to securely … 
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