Intel’s Patch Tuesday security updates for July 2019 address a serious flaw in the Processor Diagnostic Tool and another issue in the Solid State Drives (SSD) for Data Centers (DC).
The “high severity” vulnerability in the Processor Diagnostic Tool is tracked as CVE-2019-11133, it was rated with a CVSS score of 8.2 and Prior affects all prior versions.
The vulnerability could be exploited by an attacker with access to the system running the tool to escalate privileges, obtain information, or trigger a denial-of-service (
“A potential security vulnerability in the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool may allow
“Description: Improper access control in the Intel
The tech giant credited the researcher Jesse Michael of Eclypsium for reporting the flaw, Intel addressed the vulnerability with the release of version 184.108.40.206.
The second vulnerability addressed by Intel affects SSD DC S4500/S4600 series firmware, it could be exploited by an attacker with physical access for privilege escalation. The flaw has been classified as “medium severity,” it affects firmware versions prior to SCV10150.
“A potential security vulnerability in Intel® Solid State Drives (SSD) for Data Centers (DC) S4500/S4600 Series firmware may allow
“Description: Improper authentication in firmware for Intel
(SecurityAffairs – Patch Tuesday, hacking)
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