Monday, October 30th 2017

MSI Intros TXE 3.0 Security Update for Intel 100, 200, and 300-series Chipset

In order to avoid severe security vulnerabilities for the platforms, MSI motherboards now support the latest Intel Trusted Execution Engine (TXE) 3.0 for safer system protection. According to recent Intel comprehensive security review, security vulnerabilities are identified and could potentially allow attackers to gain unauthorized access to platforms features, secrets and 3rd party secrets protected by Intel TXE. Therefore, Intel has validated and released Intel TXE 3.0 updates to address the encountered security situations.

Currently all MSI 100,200 and 300 series motherboards are supporting the newest Intel TXE 3.0 by updating to the latest BIOS and installing the latest software updates. MSI always places strong emphasis on security and anti-hack issues to makes sure all MSI motherboard users are operating under the most secure circumstances. MSI will continue to provide additional updates if necessary to ensure maximum platform security protection for users.
Download the latest motherboard BIOS from the product page of your motherboard.
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8 Comments on MSI Intros TXE 3.0 Security Update for Intel 100, 200, and 300-series Chipset

#1
Readlight
Good, on tablets Intel and Windows 10 does not do nothing to improve speed and drivers.
I better trust AMD they do not haw nothing in background.
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#2
R-T-B
Readlight said:
I better trust AMD they do not haw nothing in background.
PSP?
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#3
P4-630
The Way It's Meant to be Played
Readlight said:
Good, on tablets Intel and Windows 10 does not do nothing to improve speed and drivers.
I better trust AMD they do not haw nothing in background.
:confused:
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#4
Steevo
Everything is breakable, everything is able to be decrypted. That is all anyone should learn from this, and it too will become a target for hackers, and will eventually be broken.
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#5
OSdevr
Steevo said:
Everything is breakable, everything is able to be decrypted.
Technically false, but true for most practical purposes.
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#6
owcraftsman
I've checked I see no bios updates for my MSI motherboards or TXE 3.0 security update. I have a Z270 Gaming M7 and Z170A gaming M7 and checked MSI website. Care to clarify?
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#7
Felluz
Theres no bios update for my mb, its a B250 GAMING M3.
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