[coreboot] Support for student project
twegner at uni-bremen.de
Sat Nov 19 15:14:51 CET 2016
Dear developers of Coreboot.
I am a student at the University of Bremen, Germany. In our recently
started project 'badUSB' our team researches for new ways to detect and
prevent attacks through reverse engineered USB devices-firmware (so
called 'badusb'). One of our main security targets is to stop boot
sector attacks. Therefore we are looking forward to find solutions based
on opensource coreboot.
Right now we try to decide on supported hardware and were hoping to get
help directly from people who already faced the problem. We saw your
vendor list but are especially interested in information about tips for
developing. Are there any systems that were easier to build for? Maybe
you got suggestions for development environments (virtual maschines you
used?) or warnings to beware us from some pitfalls.
With best regards
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