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weaponized glitter ✨🌈 9 Dec 17
MINIX Creator Andrew Tanenbaum Sends Open Letter to Intel Over MINIX Drama #1984
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Maxim Goryachy Dec 27
Our presentation "Inside Intel Management Engine" about activation JTAG for IntelME
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Amie Wang 30 Oct 17
Just wondered why my cpu didn't scale up frequency on my system. Booting didn't help, replug power cable did 😱
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Liberty Wallet OS Jan 11
If and could kill UEFI and go back to simple BIOS that would be great. This UEFI crap is causing too many security issues. Also no more hidden OS in our CPUs please
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Ludovic Orban 11 Nov 17
Looking at the debacle, if only found Zebras All the Way Down (), that means he hasn't yet dug deep enough. Given enough time I'm sure he'll find hellhorses, nazguls and possibly the four horsemen of the apocalypse.
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Maxim Goryachy Dec 24
If you want to know how activate JTAG for Intel ME then visit Saal Borg on Dec 27th at 16:30.
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Ben Laurie Jan 1
Totally agree. And that's not the only thing that's unacceptable about : blatant open source licence infringement is another dimension of wrong, for example. But there's plenty more reasons to be worried about security, too.
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Joanna Rutkowska Jan 8
A code exec bug in AMD PSP module implementing TPM. PSP is similar to . Key Qs: 1. Does PSP/fTPM have access to host memory? 2. How well is fTPM module isolated from the rest of the PSP? 3. How asynchronous is PSP execution with regards to the host?
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Maxim Goryachy Jun 4
Our (with & ) new presentation about security keys in ME11 and DLMP partition which allows to get a main ME secret.
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Tim Rieck Dec 27
Next Stop: Inside Intel Management Engine.
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François Revol Dec 27
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Joanna Rutkowska Dec 30
Replying to @intel
E.g. it is absolutely unacceptable there exists an embedded system () within our processors which has (hardware) DMA capability to access host memory. It is merely irrelevant if/how the _current_ ME firmware makes use of it.
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Uhmm in 2017 and now this . 2018 will be a good year for AMD and ARM.
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Igor Skochinsky Apr 30
Good to see Max is on top of developments
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Sean Smith Dec 29
Replying to @LinuxLiaison
Physical Security will be my focus. Protecting servers against JTAG attacks to using a good old fashioned lock and key.
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PT Security Sep 12
Positive Technologies researcher finds vulnerability enabling disclosure of Intel ME encryption keys
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Cyril Costines Jan 5
This is long overdue: However, not only do we need non-proprietary software, but also non-proprietary hardware to ensure full respect for fundamental freedoms.
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Congrats to & . They've popped open Time to take a close look at MINIX's webserver. , you paying attention?
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Michaela Merz 22 Nov 17
tries hard to kill it's IT businesses. With backdoors, killing , unprotected user data, undisclosed NSA hacks, one could think the government has been hired by the
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Joanna Rutkowska Dec 30
This thread shows how tricky it is to reason about real (problematic) impact of :/ Apparently it is confusing even to the most seasoned researchers... Dear , REMOVE "ME" HARDWARE FROM _OUR_ COMPUTERS!
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