On November 10th, Intel reported potential security vulnerabilities in some Intel Processors that may allow an authenticated user to potentially enable information disclosure or escalation of privilege with local access or physical access.
INTEL-SA-00381：Potential security vulnerabilities in some Intel Processors may allow information disclosure. Intel is releasing firmware updates to mitigate these potential vulnerabilities.
INTEL-SA-00358：Potential security vulnerabilities in the BIOS firmware for some Intel Processors may allow escalation of privilege or denial of service. Intel is releasing firmware updates to mitigate this potential vulnerability.
INTEL-SA-00389：Potential security vulnerabilities in the Intel Running Average Power Limit (RAPL) Interface may allow information disclosure. Intel is releasing microcode and Linux driver updates to mitigate these potential vulnerabilities.
INTEL-SA-00391：Potential security vulnerabilities in Intel Converged Security and Manageability Engine (CSME), Server Platform Services (SPS), Intel Trusted Execution Engine (TXE), Intel Dynamic Application Loader (DAL), Intel Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel Standard Manageability (ISM) and Intel Dynamic Application Loader (Intel DAL) may allow escalation of privilege, denial of service or information disclosure. Intel is releasing firmware and software updates to mitigate these potential vulnerabilities.
Inspur started the relevant investigation work in the first time. Inspur PSIRT will update the security notice at any time. Please keep an eye on the security bulletin for this incident.
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Inspur provides method to update CPU Microcode of its various products as mentioned in the table above.Download your product’s corresponding BIOS image and perform the BIOS upgrade.
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