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.
Intel pushes for hardware-specific additions to vulnerability taxonomy
A new proposal is an outgrowth of the Spectre and Meltdown revelations from January 2018.
Microsoft banks on new silicon chips built by Intel, others to fend off firmware attacks
The timing of this effort roughly coincides with a similar plan at the U.S. National Security Agency.
Supermicro BMCs were susceptible to remote attacks, according to firmware security startup
Researchers from Eclypsium have found issues in the baseboard management controllers of Supermicro’s platforms.
This firmware flaw was bad enough, but then researchers looked at the supply chain
Lenovo servers had a conspicuous security problem, but specialists at hardware-security company Eclypsium found that the story was much bigger.