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Thunderstrike in the media

The popular media sometimes does an ok job with technical stories, although security ones are frequently difficult to get right. In the case of Thunderstrike, the security vulnerability in Apple's EFI firmware, some of them have summarized it well. I've marked those with a ★. Others have gone for a more click-bait title, as seen above. The commenters on most of these articles are less well informed: don't read the comments if you can avoid it. After reading some of these, you might be wondering if you should be worried about Thunderstrike -- please check out the FAQ.

In the media

Week of 2015-06-01

A new attack on MacBooks' EFI boot ROMs was revealed, leading to a series of new stories about Thunderstrike and firmware security on Apple's MacBooks. Thunderstrike 2 has more details on how it can be used.

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Thunderstrike in the media

Not reading the comments applies double for social media sites. According to an Anonymous Coward on slashdot, I'm "not even a tech person".