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PhilipHendry
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Yoga 910 Intel(R) Technology Access Certificate

I've run the Microsoft sysinternal sigcheck tool on my new (noisy Smiley Sad ) Yoga 910 and found a certificate for Intel(R) Technology Access that is not rooted as usual - it's self generated. Does anyone know what this certificate is for and can I delete it! Surely Intel should acquire certificates that are appropriately rooted rather than just install their own generated one like this.

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Re: Yoga 910 Intel(R) Technology Access Certificate


@PhilipHendry wrote:

I've run the Microsoft sysinternal sigcheck tool on my new (noisy Smiley Sad ) Yoga 910 and found a certificate for Intel(R) Technology Access that is not rooted as usual - it's self generated. Does anyone know what this certificate is for and can I delete it! Surely Intel should acquire certificates that are appropriately rooted rather than just install their own generated one like this.


Hi PhilipHendrey,

 

Please see this post from the Intel forum which should answer your question.

 

Hope this help you and let us know how you get on


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Re: Yoga 910 Intel(R) Technology Access Certificate

Thanks for the reply! However, that link relates to the Intel(R) Technology Access software whilst my concerns are with the _certificate_ that is installed on the Yoga (probably installed by the Intel software) which appears in the Windows list of Trusted Root Certification Authorities but which is self-signed by Intel.

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