Last week, a video by security researcher StackSmashing demonstrated an exploit that could break Microsoft BitLocker drive encryption in less than 50 seconds using a custom PCB and a Raspberry Pi Pico. The exploit works by using the Pi to monitor communication between an external TPM chip and the rest of the laptop, a second generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon from roughly 2014. The TPM stores the encryption key that unlocks your encrypted disk and makes it readable, and the TPM sends that key to u

Read the full article at Arstechnica