HP has finally fixed an issue that affected hundreds of laptops and PC

HP has issued a series of security upgrades to address a number of potentially significant security problems that affect a large number of its computer devices.

The malware problems, which were first discovered in November 2021, affect some of HP’s most prominent brands, including EliteBook notebooks, EliteDesk desktops, and Z1 and Z2 workstations.

The weaknesses, which have been assigned the numbers CVE-2021-3808 and CVE-2021-3809 and have a high severity rating, might have allowed hackers to get access to victim devices and run malware with Kernel privilege

HP stated in a security advisory posted on its website that “The BIOS (UEFI Firmware) for certain HP PC models has been detected as having potential security flaws that could allow arbitrary code execution.