Lenovo resolves UEFI firmware issues that could turn off secure boot

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Lenovo resolves UEFI firmware issues that could turn off secure boot
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Lenovo resolves UEFI firmware issues that could turn off secure boot

The vulnerabilities were introduced when Lenovo inadvertently included an early development driver in the commercial versions of their software

Lenovo has released fixes for high-severity bios vulnerabilities affecting the UEFI firmware of several Lenovo Notebooks that could enable an attacker to disable the secure boot process and run uns...

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