How do you know your firmware is secure?

The answer is Cloud Environment Firmware Signing and Security Testing

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Build a platform you can trust

The only way to keep your product safe through the supply chain until the moment its delivered is with AMI Firmware Security Testing (AMI FirST), a suite of test tools for verification of production UEFI firmware security in x86/x64 architectures.

AMI FirST provides comprehensive testing and prevention of security defect regression and vulnerability. Log information and test results from AMI FirST are provided in a simple, concise format, and every test is clearly delineated with pass, fail or not applicable status. Failed tests direct the user to the corresponding AMI Security Advisory for remediation of the issue and any additional required action.

If it sounds revolutionary, that’s because it is.

Nothing else like this exists on the market: we offer ODM and OEM manufacturers the ability to test firmware against all known publicly disclosed and unpublished Security Advisories to date before shipping hardware.

The result? Total supply chain security from install to delivery.

    • Test runs in less than 10 minutes
    • Plug-n-Play firmware security testing for x86/x64 architectures
    • Includes latest security tests and CHIPSEC for comprehensive vulnerability protection
    • Provides clear, concise and immediate test reports
    • Powerful tool in the fight against regression of security defects

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