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Embedi: UEFI BIOS holes. So much magic. Don’t come inside.

24 October, 2017
UEFI BIOS holes. So Much Magic. Don’t Come Inside.
In recent years, embedded software security has become a red-hot topic, attracting the attention of high profile security researchers from all around the globe. However, the quality of code is still far from perfect as long as its security is considered. For instance, the CVE-2017-5721 SMM Privilege Elevation vulnerability in the firmware could affect such scope of vendors like Acer, ASRock, ASUS, Dell, HP, GIGABYTE, Lenovo, MSI, Intel, and Fujitsu. This white paper is intended to describe how to detect a vulnerability in a motherboard firmware with the help of the following tools: Intel DAL, UEFITool, CHIPSEC, RWEverything, and how to bypass the patch that fixes this vulnerability.[…]

https://embedi.com/blog/uefi-bios-holes-so-much-magic-dont-come-inside

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