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  • Firmware vulnerabilities in Qualcomm Snapdragon allow hackers to control even a turned off computer


    Cybersecurity researchers at Binarly Research have discovered multiple high-severity vulnerabilities in the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.

    The flaws were found in the UEFI firmware and affect laptops and ARM-based devices using Qualcomm Snapdragon chips. Qualcomm disclosed the vulnerabilities on January 5 and released patches for them.

    The errors also affected the BIOS of the Lenovo ThinkPad X13s laptop. The company has released a BIOS update to address the deficiencies. However, 2 vulnerabilities have not yet been fixed.

    According to Binarly founder and CEO Alex Matrosov, these bugs could allow an attacker to take control of the system by changing a variable in non-volatile memory that stores data permanently even when the system is turned off.

    The changed variable will compromise the secure boot phase of the system, and the cybercriminal will be able to gain permanent access to the system after the exploit is installed. In other words, an attacker can execute malicious code or access system resources at any time, even when the system is turned off.

    According to Binarly, Microsoft's Windows Dev Kit 2023 (Project Volterra) is also affected. Project Volterra is for developers who write and test code for Windows 11.

    The discovery of vulnerabilities in the ARM boot layer is of particular concern as the architecture drives a low-power mobile ecosystem that includes 5G smartphones and base stations. Base stations are increasingly becoming the communications hub for edge devices and cloud infrastructures. Attackers can act like operators and have permanent access to systems at base stations without anyone knowing about it.

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