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Does the Intel Multi-Key Total Memory Encryption protect against any software-based bad-things real-world?

Is there noticeable overhead to enabling it? (I notice it's disabled by default on a new dell - I wonder why?)


Or is it really only to protect against people stealing a machine and reading the physical memory with physical access? Is a cold boot attack a worry with a stolen laptop only if it's stolen when the machine is powered on?

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