Intel's management engine - in most CPUs since 2008 - can be p0wned over USB

Creator of OS on the chip calls out Chipzilla for keeping his work secret

By Richard Chirgwin

Positive Technologies, which in September said it has a way to attack the Intel Management Engine, has dropped more details on how its exploit works.

The firm has already promised to demonstrate God-mode hack in December 2017, saying the bug “allows an attacker of the machine to run unsigned code in the Platform Controller Hub on any motherboard”.

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