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Maxim Goryachy
Hardware/Software/Firmware/Intel ME Researcher PGP:7084 4A8B 4D47 9B7C
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Mark Ermolov Apr 13
Video of our 2017 talk about Intel ME was published by BH:
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Defcon Russia Apr 12
14 Апреля, в 23-30 по МСК запись подкаста ! О современных атаках на CPU и микроархитектуру. Гости: , , , , , , . Стрим , где можно будет позадавать вопросы гостям! (прям в чате стрима).
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Mark Ermolov Apr 6
It's amazing how many heterogeneous CPU cores were integrated in Intel Silvermont's Moorefield SoC (ANN): x86, ARC, LMT, 8051, Audio DSP, each running own firmware and supporting JTAG interface
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CONFidence Apr 6
Maxim Goryachy is a security researcher interested in cryptography, virtualization technologies, reverse engineering, and hardware. Together with Dmitry Sklyarov he’s prepared a talk „Intel ME: Security keys Genealogy, Obfuscation and other Magic”.
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Alexander Popov Apr 4
I've created a Linux Kernel Defence Map showing the relations between: - vulnerability classes / exploitation techniques, - kernel defences, - bug detection means. Feedback is welcome. Link:
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Maxim Goryachy Apr 5
Probably you right;)
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Ulf Frisk Mar 29
OOB patches available now! No longer ZERO-DAY! APPLY PATCHES NOW! (Win7/2008R2) CVE-2018-1038 . Awesome turnaround time and support from ! Super impressive work given the time frame!
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qwm Mar 28
nah, still not patched
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Mark Ermolov Mar 26
Meet one more Intel PCH integrated MCU (ARCompact) with digitally signed FW. Starting from Apollo Lake (+forthcoming CNP), Power Management Controller is 32bit ARC core
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Artem Shishkin Mar 23
Released an initial version of SDK for PulseDbg Who knows, might be useful for you ;)
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Maxim Goryachy Mar 23
Some information about Intel ME cryptography implementation [rus].
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offensivecon Mar 19
We published the recordings of the first few talks. More will be published later. Not all talks will be published as this is based according to speakers requests. Make sure to attend the con next time if you want to see all of them ;)
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Maxim Goryachy Mar 19
Our talk has been accepted for CONFidence 2018, thank you !
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Mark Ermolov Mar 16
Wow, found some Intel presentation "Security Vs Debug" describing basic policy of Intel platforms debugging (what we had been investigating for years)
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Alex Ionescu Mar 13
Good news: you no longer need special registry keys to get the Meltdown/Spectre paches for your client Windows machines (). Bad news, now has a special place in your kernel.
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Alexander Popov Mar 7
The article about the current state of STACKLEAK patch series hated by Linus. Sharing subscriber link:
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Gynvael Coldwind Mar 7
Return to the basics today on stream - use-after-free class of bugs :) When: 8pm CET Where:
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Mark Ermolov Mar 7
Heh, Intel removed Skylake CPU internal devices' JTAG xml files from public version of DAL but forgot to update an index, so we can see a power of CPU JTAG capabilities
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Mark Ermolov Mar 6
Intel CPUs BPM# pins mystery: they are nothing else than MIPI PTI port for CPU AET and VISA tracing
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Mark Ermolov Feb 27
Intel Lakefield (LKF) is a code name of new, incoming after Ice Lake platform
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