BMC firmware weaknesses put popular servers at risk - updated

Nicholas Fearn
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Security flaws identified by Eclypsium have since been mitigated by manufacturers

Weaknesses affecting baseboard management controller (BMC) firmware have put servers from Lenovo, Gigabyte and several other manufacturers at risk.  That's according to a new report by security ...

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