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Coreboot - BIOS Alternative

  •    C

coreboot is aimed at replacing the proprietary BIOS (firmware) found in most computers. coreboot performs a little bit of hardware initialization and then executes additional boot logic, called a payload. coreboot can scale from specialized applications that run directly from firmware, run operating systems in flash, load custom bootloaders, or implement firmware standards, like PC BIOS services or UEFI.

Rufus - Create Bootable USB Flash Drive

  •    C

Rufus is a utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives. It can be especially useful for cases where you need to create USB installation media from bootable ISOs (Windows, Linux, UEFI, etc.), you need to flash a BIOS or other firmware from DOS, you need to work on a system that doesn't have an OS installed.

romfont - VGA and BIOS rom font extraction

  •    C

I have diassembled and/or searched BIOS and VGA-ROMs for fonts and extracted these. Also I have written a few tools to support this job. All extracted fonts and screenshots are available here. I have written a big table to show what is covered. Also had a look and wrote about fonts of open source BIOSes/source available. If you have exotic ROMs or links to other open source BIOSes please let me know. Testing a ROM for known fonts and add it to this list only takes a few minutes and if there is one with a yet unknown font, I am happy to extract and document it :) I am really intersted in ROMs of old laptops with weird LCD-fonts and embedded devices (like POS systems, cash registers, money machines and other stuff). Also if you have localized graphic cards, that bring a local charset (ex. greek), I am happy to extract their' fonts.

Bochs.Net

  •    CSharp

This is a C# version of the famous Bochs IA-32 (x86) PC emulator written in C++. I try to re-write the code using C# in a readable intuitive way. This is the only managed C# emulator for x86 CPUs.




iCPU

  •    CSharp

A application that can provide detailed information about computer hardware.

linuxboot - The LinuxBoot project is working to enable Linux to replace your firmware on all platforms

  •    Perl

The LinuxBoot project allows you to replace your server's firmware with Linux. For the initrd, the Heads firmware or u-root systems work well. Both will build minimal runtimes that can fit into the few megabytes of space available.

pawn - Extract BIOS firmware from Intel-based workstations and laptops

  •    C++

Copyright 2014-2017 Google Inc.Disclaimer: This is not an official Google product (experimental or otherwise), it is just code that happens to be owned by Google.

intel-joule-bios-flash-linux - Flashing the BIOS on an Intel Joule 570x from Linux

  •    C

Intel says you need Windows to flash the BIOS on this guy. The thing is, Intel included the tool needed dldrcli as a deb! They just didn't write any scripts around it or write docs.


bootcode_parser - A boot record parser that identifies known good signatures for MBR, VBR and IPL.

  •    Python

bootcode_parser.py is a Python script designed to perform a quick offline analysis of the boot records used by BIOS based systems (UEFI is not supported). It is intended to help the analyst triaging individual boot record dumps or whole disk images. The latter is preferred since it allows the script to perform additional checks that would not be possible on individual dumps alone.

BiosSledgehammer - Automated BIOS, ME, TPM firmware update and BIOS settings for HP devices

  •    PowerShell

Automated BIOS, ME, TPM firmware update and BIOS settings for HP devices. For the Windows 10 rollout, we need you to support ten different hardware models and all of them need to be updated to the newest BIOS version. Some devices require a TPM firmware update to use the security features that depend on TPM 2.0. You also need to update the BIOS settings for all devices (Secure Boot, Fast Boot etc.) to meet Microsoft recommendations. And while you are at it, please also make sure to patch the Management Engine firmware security issue. Oh, and a new BIOS password would be a big plus because we currently have twenty different passwords in use.

thinkpad-shahash - Script to recompute SHA1 hashes for Lenovo ThinkPad Sandy Bridge laptops to get rid of 5 beeps on boot

  •    Python

This is a small utility which checks and recomputes sha1 hashes used to validate Lenovo ThinkPad X220/T420 (and probably other Sandy Bridge ThinkPads) firmware integrity. You can hear 5 beeps twice if the firmware fails validation and you have TPM (security chip) turned on, which is pretty common for modified firmwares. This utility is now fully automatic, it can re-hash TCPA blocks, recompute RSA signatures of said blocks and replace Lenovo public key with yours.

biosdisk - Flashing Dell BIOS images on Linux systems

  •    Shell

FreeDOS based BIOS updating utility for Dell machines. Optinally if running on a Debian based distribution you can also generate packages using dpkg-buildpackage.

libsmbios - library for interacting with Dell SMBIOS tables

  •    C

libsmbios provides a library to interface with the SMBIOS tables. It also provides extensions for proprietary methods of interfacing with Dell specific SMBIOS tables. Documentation is in doxygen format. To view the docs, run make doxygen, then look in the out/libsmbios_c/html/index.html. Docs are also built as part of make all.

VBiosFinder - Extract embedded VBIOS from (almost) any BIOS Update

  •    Ruby

This tool attempts to extract a VBIOS from a bios update Laptops with NVIDIA Optimus graphics often have the dGPU VBIOS integrated in their system BIOS, this makes extracting the VBIOS a complicated process. Provided you have a BIOS Update for your laptop, this tool might be able to automagically extract all available VBIOS from it. Some dependencies might not offer a package for your linux distribution (like UEFIDump and rom-parser). The binaries can be placed in ./3rdparty to avoid having to install them.

BootMine - Bootable minesweeper game in a 512-byte boot sector

  •    Assembly

BootMine is an entire minesweeper game crammed into 512 bytes, the size of a BIOS boot sector. It can boot on any PC that supports BIOS booting, without running inside an OS. In a sense, BootMine is its own OS that can do nothing but run minesweeper. Alternatively, prebuilt versions can be downloaded from the releases page.






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