When the CPU of any computer is booted, it communicates with an internal firmware chip called the BIOS (basic input/output system). The BIOS is considered one of the most valuable parts of a computing system because of its crucial role to the overall operating system. For cyber criminals, the BIOS has emerged as a new and unique avenue for attack.
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