The Truth about Hardware-based Security: Why Everyone Claims to Have It and Why Almost No One Actually Does

When you turn on your computer, a BIOS chip is fired up which tells the computer where to look for the operating system (OS). It does this by activating a boot loader which looks for something called the kernel. The kernel does all the real work. It finds all the information to run the firmware … Continue reading The Truth about Hardware-based Security: Why Everyone Claims to Have It and Why Almost No One Actually Does