[coreboot] Can you please send me your Intel ME firmware dump?
u at umangis.me
Sun Jun 11 21:23:02 CEST 2017
I believe that the SSIDs aren’t stored in the BIOS ROM. Regardless of that, I managed to reverse-engineer a BIOS update package for my own laptop and managed to extract the MEI firmware.
Thanks for the help everyone!
From: Martin Roth
Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2017 11:50 PM
Cc: Umang Raghuvanshi; Nicola Corna; coreboot
Subject: Re: [coreboot] Can you please send me your Intel ME firmware dump?
Also, IIRC, the network drivers communicate with the ME (on some, if not all versions of the ME) so there can be personal data (network SSIDs) saved in your BIOS ROM. If you don't want these to be public, maybe you don't want to post your ME binary.
On Sun, Jun 11, 2017 at 5:27 AM, Persmule <persmule at gmail.com> wrote:
I could never send you anything extracted from MY flash chip, in order
not to violate copyright and similar laws,
but I could help you to resolve issues you met when dumping your own
Could you describe your issues about spi flash dumping?
在 2017年06月11日 19:09, Umang Raghuvanshi 写道:
> I'm a student who aspires to research into the Intel ME firmware -
> unfortunately, I was unable to find any dumps of it online. I also tried
> to extract it from my own laptop but was unable to do so due to a number
> of issues.
> Can you please send me the firmware you dumped from your Lenovo ThinkPad
> (as mentioned in your excellent blogpost) - specifically, I'm looking
> for the file named factory_x220.bin as mentioned in the aforementioned post.
> I'd be really grateful if you could provide me with this file as it
> would greatly assist me in my research.
> Umang Raghuvanshi.
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