Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Gareth Halfacree, 10 Mar 2017.
Aims to help detect Trojans.
" without suggesting - given previous claims that national security agencies routinely intercept hardware deliveries in transit in order to inject malicious code - exactly how one would be sure of that fact.
I would think you'd have a database somewhere with hashes of said firmware so you can compare. Problem being that of course they could intercept your link to said database and inject a fake hash to make it seem OK.
So perhaps you need to go to another country like Russia and consult a DB there to be sure. While simultaneously Russians would go to another country to make sure their government didn't mess with their systems.
Anyway - it's good news for the airlines I guess
Its really rubbish that EFI has poor security (I guess if you reflash the bios and it fails to let you then you mite have a compromise bios)
Is any of this an indication that tech companies are less willing to cooperate on backdoors and access than they once were?
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