Yes, that question come from my friend who want to learn more about virtualization and I suggest him to check his system himself with securable.
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Here explanation of each items :
64-Bit Processing Available
This processor does offer 64-bit modes of operation. This means that this system is able to run the significantly more secure 64-bit versions of Microsoft’s Windows XP and Vista operating systems.
The biggest challenge for 64-bit Windows systems is the fact that existing 32-bit device drivers cannot be used by the 64-bit operating system kernel. So if you do plan to try switching to 64-bit Windows, you should be sure to have a means for reverting to 32-bit operation if your system’s hardware turns out to be incompatible with 64-bit operation. Many people have reverted to 32-bit operation after bravely giving 64-bits a try for a short time.
Hardware DEP Available
This processor does support hardware-based data execution prevention (DEP).
When hardware DEP support is teamed up with a properly configured operating system (and that part is crucial), computer security mistakes involving the deliberate overrunning of communications buffers can be automatically detected and prevented throughout the entire computer system. This makes data execution prevention, when available and active, the single most promising improvement for PC security ever. Really.
It is very important to note, however, that hardware support for DEP is only one of several enabling requirements that must be met before any benefit can be obtained. GRC will be following up the release of SecurAble with another powerful tool, DEPuty, that will help to properly configure, test and verify the operation of your system’s critical DEP subsystem.
Virtualization Locked Off
This processor’s advanced hardware support for virtualization has been disabled and “locked off” by some external influence – most likely by this system’s BIOS as the system was booting. Since enabling hardware virtualization will allow faster and more secure virtual machines and their hosting operating systems to run at 100% full speed, you may wish to poke around in your system’s BIOS to see whether you’re able to find any references to “hardware virtualization” or “VMX”, etc.
Well, comprehensive result from securable.
I decide to enable Virtualization to ON.
I’ll continue that in other post.
See you and stay health!