back to article Hackers brew Intel chip defence kit to neuter budding exploits

EndGame vulnerability researchers Cody Pierce, Matt Spisak, and Kenneth Fitch have created a defence framework to protect against deeper modern attacks. The security trio with roots in the HP Zero Day Initiative, the National Security Agency, and the Department of Defence, have extended a hardware defense tool already in use …

  1. Destroy All Monsters Silver badge
    Paris Hilton

    Their cross-platform Intel platform framework

    Something is wrong here!

    Also, Intel cannot be trusted in the first place, Management Engine and all...

    1. PM.

      "cross-platform" as in "Windows & Linux " ?

      btw. I wonder if AMD is better than Intel in that regard ?

      Perhaps , this could be the edge for AMD over Intel ?

    2. Down not across Silver badge

      Also, Intel cannot be trusted in the first place, Management Engine and all...

      Unfortunately neither can AMD, Platform Security Processor and all...

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    As Long As Corporations Think They're Invinceable....

    An exploit will be found.

    Side point - as one who spent over a decade in marketing, the human brain has the easiest to exploit OS on the planet.... and each one of us believes "It can't happen to me". It's human nature. We program the same way.

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