Windows Bitlocker Open to Attack

An attacker with access to the target computer simply boots from a USB
flash drive and replaces the BitLocker bootloader with a substitute
bootloader which mimics the BitLocker PIN query process but saves the
PINs entered by the user to disk in unencrypted form. Read the full article. [The H Security]

An attacker with access to the target computer simply boots from a USB
flash drive and replaces the BitLocker bootloader with a substitute
bootloader which mimics the BitLocker PIN query process but saves the
PINs entered by the user to disk in unencrypted form. Read the full article. [The H Security]

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