Cloudborne vulnerability affecting baseboard management controllers exposes cloud servers to potential hacking

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Preinstalled BMCs in servers could offer hackers an easy way to seize servers inside data centres. Image via Pixabay.
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Preinstalled BMCs in servers could offer hackers an easy way to seize servers inside data centres. Image via Pixabay.

Baseboard management controllers give administrators remarkable control over servers inside data centres

Researchers have discovered a new security vulnerability, dubbed Cloudborne, which could enable attackers to exploit a component of server motherboards to compromise organisations' data stored in the cloud....

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