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THE JEDI SAGA CONTINUES: SPECTRE AND MELTDOWN ARE NOT ALONE
In fact, a new security flaw detected in Intel BIOS on January 12th, 2018. It has nothing to do with the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, but also has a huge destructive potential and could be exploited by remote allowing attackers to take complete control over a user's device in a matter of seconds. It affects millions of laptops in the world.
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NEW SECURITY FLAW DETECTED IN INTEL BIOS on January 12th, 2018
It has nothing to do with the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, but also has a huge destructive potential and could be exploited by remote allowing attackers to take complete control over a user's device in a matter of seconds.
Insecure defaults in Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT) allow an intruder to completely bypass user and BIOS passwords and TPM and Bitlocker PINs to backdoor almost any corporate laptop in a matter of seconds.
"The issue potentially affects millions of laptops globally," said F-Secure consultant Harry Sintonen, who discovered the flaw. "It's of an almost shocking simplicity, but its destructive potential is unbelievable."
LOSS OF CONFIDENTIALITY
F-Secure said once an attacker had the chance to reconfigure AMT the device could be fully controlled remotely by connecting to the same wireless or wired network as the user.
"No other security measures like full-disk encryption, local firewall, anti-malware software or VPN technology are able to prevent exploitation of this issue," Sintonen warned.
Breaking into BIOS allows hackers to access by remote any information and executable instructions even before a piece of installed software.
m.dw.com Finnish cybersecurity specialist F-Secure has reported another serious flaw in Intel hardware. It has nothing to do with the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities, but also has a huge "destructive...
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