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BIOS Disassembly Ninjutsu Uncovered

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BIOS Disassembly Ninjutsu Uncovered
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Publisher: A-List Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 1931769605
ISBN-13: 9781931769600
Number of pages: 579

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Explaining security vulnerabilities, possible exploitation scenarios, and prevention in a systematic manner, this guide to BIOS exploitation describes the reverse-engineering techniques used to gather information from BIOS and expansion ROMs. SMBIOS/DMI exploitation techniques -- including BIOS rootkits and computer defense -- and the exploitation of embedded x86 BIOS are also covered.

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