A potential security vulnerability has been found in some Infineon TPM (Trusted Platform Module) chips used in Toshiba notebook products.
TPM chips are used for security processes such as controlling encryption keys. These devices are embedded inside Personal Computers and used by Security solution programs.
Infineon TPM firmware update will fix this vulnerability. Toshiba will release these updates suitable for our systems as soon as they are available.
We recommend that you check immediately if your system is potentially affected (see below link for details). If so, we recommend you implement point "Immediate Temporary Measure" below as a workaround until these TPM firmware updates are ready and check point "Schedule of measured firmware release" for further details.
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