We published a new research about vulnerability in Supermicro BMCs (from X8 to X11 gen) which can be compromised from software to take full control (implant BMC or System Firmware) or even brick a system: https://t.co/axZnhSRrm5 with @jessemichael & @HackingThings pic.twitter.com/SKJAvRLI96
— Alex Bazhaniuk (@ABazhaniuk) September 6, 2018
Vulnerabilities found in the remote management interface of Supermicro servers.
— Catalin Cimpanu (@campuscodi) September 6, 2018
New blog by Eclypsium research team:
— Eclypsium (@eclypsium) September 6, 2018
BMC is a critical subsystem on each server responsible for remote server management including recovering the host if it’s corrupted.
What if the BMC firmware itself can be infected?
— Yuriy Bulygin (@c7zero) September 6, 2018