Infrastructure Work Group TCG Credential Profiles Specification

Date Published: July, 01, 2013

The purpose of this document is to collect, in one document, definitions for three of the abstract credential types identified in the v1.1b TCPA Main specification[5]. These are the Endorsement Key (EK) Credential, the Attestation Identity Key (AIK) Credential, and the Platform Endorsement (Platform) Credential.

Latest Version:

Infrastructure Work Group TCG Credential Profiles Specification Version 1.2, Level 2, Revision 8

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Infrastructure Work Group TCG Credential Profiles Specification Version 1.1, Revision 1.014

Infrastructure Work Group TCG Credential Profiles Specification Version 1.0, Revision 0.981

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