Sednit's UEFI Rootkit: Why you should pay attention at conferences

UEFI rootkits are in use; they exploit the LoJack laptop anti-theft tool which runs whenever a laptop is powered up. It lets system administrators track, locate, & delete files from machines that have been stolen.

by Sam Bocetta

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