Rare case of UEFI hacking hit targets interested in North Korea, Kaspersky says
The attack appears to mark an evolution in cyber-espionage.
Gigabytes of 'sensitive' internal Intel documents dumped online
The company confirmed the incident is under investigation.
New bug in PC booting process could take years to fix, researchers say
Billions of devices are affected, according to Eclypsium.
Hackable firmware lurks inside Dell, HP and Lenovo computers amid supply chain security efforts
"Unsigned" firmware continues to haunt the hardware industry.
Why direct-memory attacks on laptops just won't go away
The access to a computer the attack enables — executing code before the computer is even booted up — is insidious.
Why one researcher mimicked Russian hackers in breaking into a European utility
Jason Larsen was tired of hearing how skilled Sandworm was, so he used one of their techniques to improve a client's security.