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Researcher finds another confidence smirch in Intel government firmware [Updated]

Meltdown and Spectre are not the only confidence problems Intel is confronting these days. Today, researchers at F-Secure have suggested another debility in Intel’s government firmware that could concede an assailant with brief earthy entrance to PCs to benefit determined remote entrance to the system, interjection to diseased confidence in Intel’s Active Management Technology (AMT) firmware—remote “out of band” device government record commissioned on 100 million systems over the last decade, according to Intel. But Intel says this is fundamentally PC manufacturers’ error for not scrupulously safeguarding the pattern for AMT in BIOS setup menus.

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