Security flaws in Intel AMT enable attackers to take control of laptops in 30 seconds

Nicholas Fearn
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Gone in 60 Seconds: the time it takes to pwn TWO laptops running Intel AMT. Image copyright Touchstone Pictures
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Gone in 60 Seconds: the time it takes to pwn TWO laptops running Intel AMT. Image copyright Touchstone Pictures

Pwned in 30 seconds: Warning over new security flaws in Intel Active Management Technology

Organisations have been warned about new security flaws in Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT) that can be used by attackers with physical access to get round authentication processes in just 30...

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