[talk] Intel finally recognizes ME/SPS/TXE security flaws
Sujit K M
sjt.kar at gmail.com
Thu Nov 23 07:31:15 EST 2017
On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 2:50 AM, Isaac (.ike) Levy
<ike at blackskyresearch.net> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Years of warning, but global wailing and gnashing of teeth can commence
> Intel finally recognizes ME/SPS/TXE security flaws
Looks more like for switches and routers.
> Some recent interesting fun on the topic,
> And as the topc gains in popularity,
These don't seem possible in an desktop etc.
> And in *related* news, has anyone seen this impressive piece of fun:
> "The Memory Sinkhole - Unleashing An X86 Design Flaw Allowing Universal
> Privilege Escalation"
FWIK It requires hardware access which is not to be available in Data
> Are we about done with x86 and Intel yet?
Intel is a fun company with a lot of history so I don't think We will
seem them end soon.
Intel Can easily move forward with the sort of hardware engineering
skills that they primarily
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