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UEFITool 0.28.0 / NE Alpha 66

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Quick Review

"Viewer and editor of firmware images"

UEFITool is a powerful open source application designed to parse UEFI-compatible firmware images into a tree structure, verify the image's integrity, and provide a graphical user interface for modifying the elements within the image. The program was developed in response to the lack of cross-platform open source utilities for manipulating UEFI images.

Written in C++/Qt, UEFITool is a cross-platform application that can be used on various operating systems. It is designed to work with UEFI-compatible firmware images and can handle various features, including FFSv3 volumes and fixed image elements.

The software is currently in development, with plans to add an editor part that will include image reconstruction routines, as well as a console UI. The missing parts are still being developed, and a new version with a new engine will be made available as soon as image reconstruction works again.

To use UEFITool effectively, it is essential to understand what UEFI is. UEFI is a post-BIOS firmware specification originally developed by Intel for Itanium architecture and later adapted for x86 systems. The first EFI-compatible x86 firmwares were used on Apple Macintosh systems in 2006, and PC motherboard vendors began incorporating UEFI-compatible firmware on their boards in 2011. Today, numerous systems, including PCs, Macs, tablets, and smartphones on x86, x86-64, and ARM architectures, use UEFI-compatible firmware.

Overall, UEFITool is an essential utility for those who need to manipulate UEFI firmware images. It is a powerful tool that simplifies the process of verifying the image's integrity, parsing it into a tree structure, and modifying the elements within the image. It is a must-have tool for anyone who deals with UEFI images, and its open-source nature ensures that it will remain up-to-date and relevant for years to come.

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