Security Boulevard: 32 hardware and firmware vulnerabilities

by Dan Virgillito on October 1, 2019

Hardware and firmware vulnerabilities can put your business and your customers’ sensitive data at risk, costing you in diminished sales, reputation loss and penalties. Most of them arise from continued use of legacy systems and out-of-date software that are no longer maintained by their respective vendors. The fact that the majority of these loopholes don’t necessarily raise a red flag may allow hackers to steal information, inject malware or completely hijack your applications or corporate systems. Below, we give a breakdown of the 32 most commonly exploited hardware and firmware vulnerabilities. If any of these relate to systems or devices that are under your jurisdiction, it’s extremely important that you take steps to plug these holes before disaster strikes.[…]

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