Phoenix UEFI flaw puts long list of Intel chips in hot seat

Source: The Register

Article note: A buffer overflow in the interaction between common implementations of UEFI - an unnecessarily ugly and complicated bootloader firmware - and the TPM - a security enclave add-on that appears to cause more vulerabilities than it prevents - leads to potential widespread pwnage. I could have written that description basically any month in the last decade.

Researchers discuss it in same breath as BlackLotus and MosaicRegressor

A new vulnerability in UEFI firmware is threatening the security of a wide range of Intel chip families in a similar fashion to BlackLotus and others like it.…

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