TPM Invisible BIOS Vulnerability Affects Dell, Alienware Machines

TPM Invisible BIOS Vulnerability Affects Dell, Alienware Machines

Five new BIOS security weaknesses have been discovered in the BIOS used by Dell in many of its Alienware, Inspiron and Latitude products. The vulnerabilities, collated by The Hacker News and partly discovered by security firm Binarly, could allow an attacker to execute potentially damaging code. (Image credit: Alienware) Tracked as CVE-2022-24415, CVE-2022-24416, CVE-2022-24419, CVE-2022-24420,…

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Artificial intelligence: how new tech is creating privacy concerns and modernizing IP law in Canada

Artificial intelligence: how new tech is creating privacy concerns and modernizing IP law in Canada

Computer programs and mathematical methods are generally excluded from patentability in Canada. However, the Federal Court of Canada decision in Choueifaty v. Canada (Attorney General) 2020 FC 837, has paved the way to patenting software inventions – even when implemented using generic computer components – and confirmed that where an algorithm improves the functioning of…

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