BootHole Vulnerability Affects Millions of Windows and Linux Systems – Allows Attackers to Install Stealthy Malware

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BootHole Vulnerability

Security researchers uncovered a new vulnerability dubbed “BootHole” present in the GRUB2 bootloader utilized by Windows and Linux systems. Attackers can exploit this vulnerability to install a stealthy malware that gives total control of the victim machine. “The vulnerability affects systems using Secure Boot, even if they are not using GRUB2. Almost all signed versions […]

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