Using Python 3 in the UEFI Shell for Platform Security Analysis

Presented by

Aaron Frinzell, Nathaniel Mitchell, Sara Batllori, Dan Scott; Intel Corporation; Security Researchers

About this talk

EDK2 has accepted a port of Python 3.6.8 that can be used in the UEFI Shell. Chipsec has adopted it and it can now be used to run Chipsec's suite of tests against the platform. This presentation will show some of the changes that had to be made to the EDK2 version of the python interpreter that were necessary to run Chipsec then we will give a brief overview of the Chipsec framework, some of its capabilities and why it's useful to everyone including but not limited to: IBVs, OEMs.

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