Firmware remote vulnerability in Intel business products
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Subject: Intel's Management Technology is indeed vulnerable
Date: Tue, 2 May 2017 19:49:54 +0200 (CEST)
From: I love OpenBSD <lampshade(a)poczta.fm>
There is an escalation of privilege vulnerability in Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel® Standard Manageability (ISM), and Intel® Small Business Technology versions firmware versions 6.x, 7.x, 8.x 9.x, 10.x, 11.0, 11.5, and 11.6 that can allow an unprivileged attacker to gain control of the manageability features provided by these products.
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On Wed, 13 Mar 2019 at 12:23, Rodney Brown via luv-talk
> 13th March 2019
> IEEE Industry Applications Society Victorian Chapter is organizing a
> technical seminar on "Contribution of renewables in grid stability, and
> the missing inertia" presented by Faraz Mirzaagha, Senior Electrical
> Engineer - (Power Systems Lead, Storage and Renewables), DNV GL -
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By way of reader feedback, I value your notification of such events here,
but for me the notice is so close to the event that it is useless.
I would have been quite interested to attend this event, and I am
an IEEE member. So I'm disappointed that I missed the event.
I do appreciate you promoting such events. If you are able to
provide a few days advance warning, rather than a few hours,
then I would value that. Instead today, for me your notification
is just a source of disappointment. I hope it was a great seminar.
*15th March 2019*
IEEE Distinguished lecture organized by IEEE Comsoc VIC, delivered by Prof
Suresh from George Washington University on 15 March Friday from 12.00pm to
1.00pm at RMIT University (Building 80, Level-01, Room-02). Prof Suresh
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A friend was asking about what to do with his old digital photo's;
anyway that was where it began. When I started looking at the durability,
of data across various storage options; HDD's,SSD's, DVD's I was shocked
that a hard copy of a photograph (laser or inkjet) actually had a much
longer expected life;
than any of them (assuming;cool, dry, dark environment) .
DVD's burnt on a desktop machine =< 10years and HDD's,SSD's often =< 3years.
Thus arose my interest in personal digital archiving, with reference
particularly to 'digital tombstones';
the reference to tombstones being because these obviously preserve
information for >= 1000 years.
Currently the most durable digital medium seems to be the M-disk
technology ( >=200 years);
but digital archiving seems to involve more than just hardware,
there are the 'triage' questions of what to keep and protocol questions
of how to structure it,
so that it has a common access format....etc
When I started looking up personal archiving standards
I found http://www.digitalpreservation.gov/documents/ebookpdf_march18.pdf;
but couldn't find much in Australia specifically, beyond a discussion paper:
Anyone else interested in this area ?
regards Rohan Mcleod