Cyber attackers use Rootkits to implant malware using Operating System internals. Bootkits are for more persistent implants, targeted toward UEFI firmware vulnerabilities. But, what if you go lower down, into the silicon? This is a Chipkit.
Our new SourcePoint Intel release, 7.12.22, is now in production and available to all subscribers. Our most polished, fully-featured release yet, it adds the following features:
It’s probably not well-known, but AMD platforms have special low-level breakpoint capabilities that aren’t available on Intel platforms. They are extremely powerful; here’s how to use them.
If you want to learn about UEFI, you have to be able to see the source code and debug it. Here’s how to build a debug Tianocore image on the AAEON UP Xtreme Whiskey Lake board, flash it onto the target, and use SourcePoint to debug it with Intel Direct Connect Interface (DCI).