Russian security firm Kaspersky claims to have found a number of suspicious UEFI images, based on the leaked source code of the Italian firm Hacking Team, containing a malicious implant that could be used place a malicious update on a Windows system.
After what seems like an eternity, a security company has dared to mention the unmentionable: the US does have advanced persistent threats or nation-state attack groups which are active.
Slovakian security firm ESET has discovered an UEFI rootkit in the wild, a first of sorts, with the company saying this showed that such a rootkit was a real threat, not some conference topic.
That's a shame they decided to decommission such a cool distro. Any decent CentOS8 forks yet?
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