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Windows 8 Secure Boot bypassed / UEFI bootkit


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SpywareDr

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PCWorld > Security> Researchers demo exploits that bypass Windows 8 Secure Boot
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Yikes.

I don't know what that web site is doing but it blips my cursor every second. I disabled Javascript, reloaded the page and it stopped. I don't like sites that do that. There is no good reason for it.
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One of the ads maybe? It's not messing with my cursor here.
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Mine neither.
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The Yikes was for the article. Interesting read.

I use Seamonkey for a browser and I just disabled JavaScript Debugger in Add-ons and the 1 second blipping went away also. I didn't know it was enabled so will leave it off. Doesn't do it in Firefox or IE.
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