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  • 14. 9. 2017 10:06

    dustin (neregistrovaný) ---.insite.cz

    Cituji z FAQu:

    The management firmware in question--the "Management Engine" (ME) on Intel and the "Platform Security Processor" (PSP) on AMD--is a somewhat poorly kept secret, but only a small percentage of users, executives, and organizations are aware of its existence, let alone the danger that the associated centralized control actually poses. Coreboot is unable to boot modern x86 without at least two blobs involved, one of which is mandatory per the hardware-enforced signature checks; while coreboot may be a step in the right direction, it is far from a fully auditable solution on x86. Unfortunately, this situation is permanent, given the current hardware available; it is one of the main reasons for our switch from x86 to OpenPOWER.

    Myslíš, že ti Intel poskytne dokumentaci, aby sis ty jejich bloby mohl napsat sám? Kdyby jo, už by určitě dávno v corebootu byly.