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SubjectRe: ACPI fundamental locking problems
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> You already rely on BIOS to boot your kernel. What if that evil
> binary-only BIOS just readed keystrokes stored in 8042, and is sending
> contents of your harddrive over network during memory test?

The bios loads a public key signed executable which is mostly crypted. The
disk sees only encrypted fs requests.

Alan

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