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Researchers at SentinelLabs say that they found various exploitable bugs in one of Dell’s Windows kernel drivers, which they reported back in December 2020. There were five related bugs, now collectively dubbed CVE-2021-21551. Dell has now issued a patch for these vulnerabilities (the official update is dated 2021-05-04), noting that: Dell dbutil_2_3.sys driver contains an […]

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Vulnerabilities in Dell and HP laptops could allow an attacker to access information and gain kernel privileges via the devices’ Direct Memory Access (DMA) capability. DMA is a processing-efficiency approach for peripherals (such as PCI cards or network interface cards) that, as the name suggests, offers direct high-speed access to a system’s memory. “For example, […]

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