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Firmware Vulnerabilities Creating an Expanded Attack Surface
Fight back against firmware attacks
Flood of New Advisories Expose Massive Gaps in Firmware Security
Intel Driver Vulnerability Can Give Attackers Deep Access to a Device
Intel Has Fixed Vulnerability That Allows for ‘Near-Omnipotent Control’ of Device
Researchers Describe Significant Flaw in Intel’s PMx Driver
Intel releases security updates to fix critical vulnerabilities in PMx driver
Intel releases updates to plug TPM-FAIL flaws, foil ZombieLoad v2 attacks
Researchers Describe Significant Flaw in Intel’s PMx Driver
Don’t miss this patch: Bad Intel drivers give hackers a backdoor to the Windows kernel
Researchers Disclose New Vulnerabilities in Windows Drivers
Intel Warns of Critical Info-Disclosure Bug in Security Engine
Flaw in Intel PMx driver gives ‘near-omnipotent control over a victim device’
The scariest hacks and vulnerabilities of 2019
How FISMA Requirements Relate to Firmware Security
Exploit found in Supermicro motherboards could allow for remote hijacking
Supermicro fixes BMC software flaws that expose servers to virtual USB attacks
Supermicro: New Critical Security Flaw Lets Hackers Take Over Corporate Servers, Exfiltrate Data
Over 47K Supermicro servers’ BMCs are prone to USBAnywhere, a remote virtual media vulnerability
At least 47,000 servers vulnerable to remote attack
BMC vulnerabilities in Supermicro servers allow remote takeover, data exfiltration attacks
USBAnywhere Bugs in Supermicro Servers Allow Remote USB Access
Enjoy the holiday weekend, America? Well-rested? Good. Supermicro server boards can be remotely hijacked
Supermicro Bug Could Let “Virtual USBs” Take Over Corporate Servers
Over 47K Supermicro Corporate Servers Vulnerable to Attack
Supermicro Vulnerability Gives “Virtually Omnipotent Control over a Server and its Contents”
Researchers found several flaws, such as weak encryption, in a popular series of servers.
Supermicro BMCs were susceptible to remote attacks, according to firmware security startup
USBAnywhere: BMC Flaws Expose Supermicro Servers to Remote Attacks
BMC Vulnerabilities Expose Supermicro Servers to Remote USB-Attacks
Researchers discover 40+ insecure drivers for Windows
What do Windows 10 and Uber or Lyft have in common? One bad driver can really ruin your day. And 40 can totally ruin your month
Screwed Drivers’ Report Finds Intel, AMD and Nvidia Vulnerabilities (Among Others)
Researchers Find Over 40 Windows Security Flaws In Drivers From AMD, NVIDIA, Intel And Others
Vulnerabilities in Device Drivers From 20 Vendors Expose PCs to Persistent Malware
Windows 10 Security Alert: Vulnerabilities Found in Over 40 Drivers
Drivers from Over 40 Manufacturers Including Intel, NVIDIA, AMD Vulnerable to Privilege Escalation Malware Attacks
Driver Disaster: Over 40 Signed Drivers Can’t Pass Security Muster
Researchers find security flaws in 40 kernel drivers from 20 vendors
CYBER NEWS ROUNDUP: WHAT TO EXPECT AT BLACK HAT AND DEF CON
Intel, Sequretek, Eclypsium and Perception Point Advance Threat Detection Solutions
Firmware Vulnerabilities Show Supply Chain Risks
Vulnerable firmware in enterprise server supply chain
BMC firmware weaknesses put popular servers at risk
BMC Firmware Vulnerabilities Affect Lenovo, Gigabyte Servers
If malware wants to bury deep inside your Lenovo or Gigabyte servers, they can just ask Vertiv’s insecure BMC firmware
Firmware Bugs Plague Server Supply Chain, 7 Vendors Impacted
Gigabyte and Lenovo servers impacted by common BMC firmware flaws
This firmware flaw was bad enough, but then researchers looked at the supply chain
Security Flaws Found in Intel Software, Data Center SSDs
The importance of hardening firmware security
Windows 10 security: Bad bug in our CPU diagnostics app, so patch now, says Intel
Intel Patches High-Severity Flaw in Processor Diagnostic Tool
Why locking down ‘firmware’ has now become the next big cybersecurity challenge
Jolted by Meltdown and Spectre, Intel aims to accelerate patching process
How do I stop old USB drives from infecting my new Windows PC?
Business Briefs: Ubiquity Ventures Announces Its First Portfolio Companies
How Portland-area startups captured attention from 3 heavy-hitting investors
Eclypsium Platform 1.0 now available
Bare-Metal Cloud Firmware Security Fail Isn’t Limited to IBM – by Far
Bare-Metal Cloud Firmware Security Fail Isn’t Limited to IBM – by Far
How one Beaverton security company is fighting to protect firmware
Intel and Partner Ecosystem Offer New Silicon-Enabled Security Solutions
Hottest new cybersecurity products at RSA 2019
Supermicro hardware weaknesses let researchers backdoor an IBM cloud server
Security team discussed weakness in bare-metal services
Bare-metal cloud servers vulnerable to Cloudborne flaw
Morning Cybersecurity
After IBM SoftLayer fails to scrub bare-metal box firmware of any lurking spies, alarm raised over cloud server security
Supermicro hardware weaknesses let researchers backdoor an IBM cloud server
Hackers Can Slip Invisible Malware into ‘Bare Metal’ Cloud Computers
‘Cloudborne’: Bare-Metal Cloud Servers Vulnerable to Attack
‘Cloudborne’ IaaS Attack Allows Persistent Backdoors in the Cloud
Hackers Can Plant Backdoors on Bare Metal Cloud Servers: Researchers
Hackers Backdoor Cloud Servers to Attack Future Customers
Security automation on display in 2019 RSAC Innovation Sandbox
Innovation and Emerging Technology at the 2019 RSA Conference
Eclypsium demonstrates the remote bricking of a server
Watch researchers remotely brick a server by corrupting its BMC and UEFI firmware
How to Remotely Brick a Server
Fed IT security falls short
Servers Can Be Bricked Remotely via BMC Attack
How BMC and UEFI can be exploited to brick servers and take down your data center
Eclypsium raises $8.75M Series A round led by Madrona Venture Group to tackle hardware security
If Supermicro boards were so bug-ridden, why would hackers ever need implants?
Supermicro servers fixed after insecure firmware updating discovered
Supermicro wraps crypto-blanket around server firmware to hide it from malware injectors
Vulnerabilities found in the remote management interface of Supermicro servers
Intel Xeon workhorses boot evil maids out of the hotel: USB-based spying thwarted by fix
Evil Maid Attack Takes Your PC To The Cleaners With Sub-4 Minute Backdoor Firmware Install
Watch a Hacker Install a Firmware Backdoor on a Laptop in Less Than 5 Minutes
What got breached this week? Ticket portals, DNA sites, and Atlanta’s police cameras
Supermicro is the latest hardware vendor with a security issue
Firmware Vulnerabilities Disclosed in Supermicro Server Products
Spectre chip security vulnerability strikes again; patches incoming
Experts warn new ‘Superspectre’ bug uses the chip flaw to gain access to ‘all the secrets’ stored on a machine
Ex-Intel security expert: This new Spectre attack can even reveal firmware secrets
New Spectre Attack Recovers Data From a CPU’s Protected SMM Mode
Millions of Computers Are at Risk of Hacks That Crack Into Their Core
Intel Capital boosts startup investment, including Portland cybersecurity company
Former Intel security researchers launch firmware-targeted startup, land $2M

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Enterprise Firmware Security Leader Recognized as One of The Most Promising Startups to Watch

Eclypsium Platform Now Generally Available; Joint Demos Available at RSA Conference

Eclypsium recognized for pioneering security that defends the firmware layer of the enterprise from vulnerabilities and threats

Madrona Venture Group, Andreessen Horowitz and Intel Capital Invest in Eclypsium’s Oversubscribed Series A Round.

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