BootHole Bug Affects Linux Systems, But It’s Not As Bad As It Looks.

By Archis Gore
There is a new vulnerability in Grub2 called BootHole that can allow an attacker to compromise the bootloading process and insert /execute malicious code during the boot-loading process. Polyverse CTO, Archis Gore explains this vulnerability and how to best secure your Linux based systems.

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