Purism, the Linux hardware vendor for users who want as much control as possible over their gear, has integrated Heads open-source CPU firmware into its PCs.
If you really believe in having the most possible control over your computer and operating system, then Purism, maker of free software and Linux-powered laptops, is the company for you.
In its latest news, Purism announced that it has successfully integrated Trammel Hudson’s Heads security firmware into its Trusted Platform Module (TPM)-equipped Librem laptops. Heads is an open-source computer firmware and configuration tool that aims to provide better physical security and data protection.
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Author: Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols