Microsoft gives tips on spotting this undetectable malware

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Microsoft reveals there are methods IT groups can detect an “invisible” and stubbornly persistent piece of malware (opens in new tab) referred to as BlackLotus, because the Redmond big publishes detailed steering on defending towards the UEFI bootkit.

BlackLotus is a classy malware variant that targets the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface, or UEFI, that boots up just about each element of in the present day’s computer systems.