Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a hardware device that is basically a secure micro-controller with added cryptographic functionality. It works with supporting software and firmware to prevent unauthorized access to a notebook computer. The TPM contains a hardware engine to perform up to 2048-bit RSA encryption/decryption. The TPM uses its built-in RSA engine during digital signing and key wrapping operations.
- Tunnel Broker
In computer networking terminology, a tunnel broker is the phrase used to describe a service that provides a network tunnel. The Tunnel Broker model is based on dedicated servers called Tunnel Brokers that automatically manage tunnel requests coming from users. The most common usage of the phrase is in reference to IPv6, where a tunnel […]
- Tunneling Virus
A type of virus that attempts installation beneath the antivirus program by directly intercepting the interrupt handlers of the operating system to evade detection.
- Turing test
A test devised by the English mathematician Alan M. Turing to determine whether or not a computer can be said to think like a human brain. In an attempt to cut through the philosophical debate about how to define “thinking,” Turing devised a subjective test to answer the question, “Can machines think?” and reasoned that […]
According to the official Tux3 Web site, it is a write-anywhere, atomic commit, btree-based versioning filesystem. The main purpose of Tux3 is to embody Daniel Phillips’s new ideas on storage data versioning. The secondary goal is to provide a more efficient snapshotting and replication method for the Zumastor NAS project, and a tertiary goal is […]
Slang term used to mean “Twitter traffic”.