One of the Internet’s most aggressive threats has just gotten meaner, with the ability to infect one of the most critical parts of any modern-day computer.
Security researchers at Eclypsium discovered a vulnerability that affects the bootloader used by ‘virtually every’ Linux system, and almost every Windows device using Secure Boot with Microsoft’s standard Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) certificate authority.
This year’s Most Innovative Companies in security ensure the latest data protection technologies are in place across the computing world. Eclypsium was named to the list for launching a platform to protect from firmware attacks.
The lax security of supply chain firmware has been a known concern for years—with precious little progress being made. Eclypsium found that a slew of network cards, trackpads, Wi-Fi adapters, USB hubs, and webcams all had firmware that could be updated with “unsigned” code that lacks any cryptographic verification In other words, it could be rewritten without any security check.
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