I am a bit burned out and I need time to recuperate. Also, I have some other things I need to work on, including developing some other revenue…
"Bailout: Taking a trillion dollars from the people and giving it to the banks so the banks can loan it back to the people, at interest!" -- Michael Rivero
Staff able to watch customers in the bathroom? Tick! Obviously shabby infosec? Tick! Training AI as an excuse for data retention? Tick!
Users should note that the removal of the extensions from the Chrome Web Store does not automatically deactivate or uninstall them from their browsers, so manual action is required to eliminate the risk.
How do I know if I'm affected?
Eclypsium has a list of 271 affected motherboards here [PDF].
What does Gigabyte have to say?
The Register asked Gigabyte for comment; we'll let you know if we hear anything back. Eclypsium says it's working with the manufacturer to resolve the vulnerability.
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