Running the vast infrastructure for digital operations software company, BMC, affords its chief information officer Scott Crowder a perspective on the customer experience that extends to the company’s employees, whom he dubs customer zero.
Research by security firm Eclypsium shows that vacated cloud servers are not properly wiped by hosting providers and may be used as an intrusion channel by bad actors.
Firmware and hardware security firm Eclypsium (recently funded by Andreessen Horowitz and others) has released new findings, demonstrating that BMC (baseboard management controllers) vulnerabilities can actually be exploited to "brick" servers, rendering entire data centres and cloud applications completely useless.
ARM == more spectre bugs == no updates for planned obsolete devices like phones.
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I think Stan & ITWire are sensitive about anything that criticizes the CCP & Huawei.
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