Latest amd epyc 7351p Vulnerabilities

Insufficient input validation in the ASP Bootloader may enable a privileged attacker with physical access to expose the contents of ASP memory potentially leading to a loss of confidentiality.
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7251 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7261 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7261
and 140 more
TOCTOU in the ASP Bootloader may allow an attacker with physical access to tamper with SPI ROM records after memory content verification, potentially leading to loss of confidentiality or a denial of ...
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7251 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7261 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7261
and 180 more
Insufficient DRAM address validation in System Management Unit (SMU) may allow an attacker to read/write from/to an invalid DRAM address, potentially resulting in denial-of-service.
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.k
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7251 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.k
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7261 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.k
Amd Epyc 7261
and 268 more
Improper or unexpected behavior of the INVD in some of AMD CPU's may allow an attacker with a malicious hypervisor to affect cache line write-back behavior of the CPU, potentially leading to a loss of...
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7251 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7261 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7261
and 132 more
Speculative Leaks
Microsoft Windows 10=21H2
Microsoft Windows 11=21H2
Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Microsoft Windows 10
Microsoft Windows Server 2012
Microsoft Windows Server 2008
and 373 more
A potential power side-channel vulnerability in some AMD processors may allow an authenticated attacker to use the power reporting functionality to monitor a program’s execution inside an AMD SEV VM ...
Amd Epyc 7251 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7281 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7281
Amd Epyc 7301 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7301
and 170 more
Insufficient validation of inputs in SVC_MAP_USER_STACK in the ASP (AMD Secure Processor) bootloader may allow an attacker with a malicious Uapp or ABL to send malformed or invalid syscall to the boot...
Amd Epyc 72f3 Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 72f3
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 7313
Amd Epyc 7313p Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 7313p
and 120 more
Improper access control settings in ASP Bootloader may allow an attacker to corrupt the return address causing a stack-based buffer overrun potentially leading to arbitrary code execution.
Amd Epyc 72f3 Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 72f3
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 7313
Amd Epyc 7313p Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 7313p
and 120 more
A compromised or malicious ABL or UApp could send a SHA256 system call to the bootloader, which may result in exposure of ASP memory to userspace, potentially leading to information disclosure. ...
Amd Epyc 7773x Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.6
Amd Epyc 7773x
Amd Epyc 7763 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.6
Amd Epyc 7763
Amd Epyc 7713p Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.6
Amd Epyc 7713p
and 250 more
Insufficient validation in parsing Owner's Certificate Authority (OCA) certificates in SEV (AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization) and SEV-ES user application can lead to a host crash potentially result...
Amd Epyc 7232p Firmware=romepi_1.0.0.a
Amd Epyc 7232p
Amd Epyc 7252 Firmware=romepi_1.0.0.a
Amd Epyc 7252
Amd Epyc 7262 Firmware=romepi_1.0.0.a
Amd Epyc 7262
and 74 more
A TOCTOU in ASP bootloader may allow an attacker to tamper with the SPI ROM following data read to memory potentially resulting in S3 data corruption and information disclosure.
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7251 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7261 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.h
Amd Epyc 7261
and 190 more
Insufficient checks in SEV may lead to a malicious hypervisor disclosing the launch secret potentially resulting in compromise of VM confidentiality.
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.e
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7251 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.e
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7261 Firmware<naplespi_1.0.0.e
Amd Epyc 7261
and 76 more
IBPB may not prevent return branch predictions from being specified by pre-IBPB branch targets leading to a potential information disclosure.
debian/xen<=4.11.4+107-gef32c7afa2-1
Xen Xen
Amd A10-9600p
Amd A10-9630p
Amd A12-9700p
Amd A12-9730p
and 834 more
Execution unit scheduler contention may lead to a side channel vulnerability found on AMD CPU microarchitectures codenamed “Zen 1”, “Zen 2” and “Zen 3” that use simultaneous multithreading (SMT). By m...
Amd Athlon 3050ge Firmware
Amd Athlon 3050ge
Amd Athlon 3150g Firmware
Amd Athlon 3150g
Amd Athlon 3150ge Firmware
Amd Athlon 3150ge
and 352 more
A flaw was found in hw. Mis-trained branch predictions for return instructions may allow arbitrary speculative code execution under certain microarchitecture-dependent conditions.
redhat/kernel-rt<0:3.10.0-1160.80.1.rt56.1225.el7
redhat/kernel<0:3.10.0-1160.80.1.el7
redhat/kernel-rt<0:4.18.0-372.32.1.rt7.189.el8_6
redhat/kernel<0:4.18.0-372.32.1.el8_6
redhat/kernel<0:5.14.0-162.6.1.el9_1
redhat/kernel-rt<0:5.14.0-162.6.1.rt21.168.el9_1
and 648 more
A flaw was found in hw. Aliases in the branch predictor may cause some AMD processors to predict the wrong branch type, potentially leading to information disclosure.
Microsoft Windows Server 2012
Microsoft Windows Server 2012
Microsoft Windows 11=21H2
Microsoft Windows 11=21H2
redhat/kernel-rt<0:3.10.0-1160.80.1.rt56.1225.el7
redhat/kernel<0:3.10.0-1160.80.1.el7
and 547 more
A potential vulnerability in some AMD processors using frequency scaling may allow an authenticated attacker to execute a timing attack to potentially enable information disclosure.
Amd Athlon X4 750 Firmware
Amd Athlon X4 750
Amd Athlon X4 760k Firmware
Amd Athlon X4 760k
Amd Athlon X4 830 Firmware
Amd Athlon X4 830
and 278 more
An attacker with access to a malicious hypervisor may be able to infer data values used in a SEV guest on AMD CPUs by monitoring ciphertext values over time.
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7002 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7002
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7003
and 192 more
In SEV guest VMs, the CPU may fail to flush the Translation Lookaside Buffer (TLB) following a particular sequence of operations that includes creation of a new virtual machine control block (VMCB). T...
Amd Epyc 7763 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.7
Amd Epyc 7763
Amd Epyc 7713p Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.7
Amd Epyc 7713p
Amd Epyc 7713 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.7
Amd Epyc 7713
and 70 more
Insufficient validation of elliptic curve points in SEV-legacy firmware may compromise SEV-legacy guest migration potentially resulting in loss of guest's integrity or confidentiality.
Amd Epyc 7002 Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7002
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7232p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7232p
and 70 more
LFENCE/JMP (mitigation V2-2) may not sufficiently mitigate CVE-2017-5715 on some AMD CPUs.
redhat/kernel<0:2.6.32-754.49.1.el6
redhat/kernel-rt<0:3.10.0-1160.83.1.rt56.1228.el7
redhat/kernel<0:3.10.0-1160.83.1.el7
redhat/kernel-rt<0:4.18.0-372.9.1.rt7.166.el8
redhat/kernel<0:4.18.0-372.9.1.el8
ubuntu/linux-aws<4.4.0-1117.123
and 657 more
Some AMD CPUs may transiently execute beyond unconditional direct branches, which may potentially result in data leakage.
redhat/kernel-rt<0:4.18.0-477.10.1.rt7.274.el8_8
redhat/kernel<0:4.18.0-477.10.1.el8_8
redhat/kernel<0:5.14.0-284.11.1.el9_2
redhat/kernel-rt<0:5.14.0-284.11.1.rt14.296.el9_2
Amd Athlon X4 940 Firmware
Amd Athlon X4 940
and 250 more
AMD EPYC™ Processors contain an information disclosure vulnerability in the Secure Encrypted Virtualization with Encrypted State (SEV-ES) and Secure Encrypted Virtualization with Secure Nested Paging ...
Amd Epyc 7763 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 7763
Amd Epyc 7713p Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 7713p
Amd Epyc 7713 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 7713
and 208 more
A malicious hypervisor in conjunction with an unprivileged attacker process inside an SEV/SEV-ES guest VM may fail to flush the Translation Lookaside Buffer (TLB) resulting in unexpected behavior insi...
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7232p Firmware
Amd Epyc 7232p
Amd Epyc 7251 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7251
and 204 more
Improper input and range checking in the AMD Secure Processor (ASP) boot loader image header may allow an attacker to use attacker-controlled values prior to signature validation potentially resulting...
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.4
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 7002 Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7002
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7001
and 110 more
AMD System Management Unit (SMU) may experience a heap-based overflow which may result in a loss of resources.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.4
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 7002 Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7002
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7001
and 110 more
AMD System Management Unit (SMU) contains a potential issue where a malicious user may be able to manipulate mailbox entries leading to arbitrary code execution.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.4
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 7002 Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7002
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7001
and 110 more
Race condition in ASP firmware could allow less privileged x86 code to perform ASP SMM (System Management Mode) operations.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.4
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 7002 Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7002
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7001
and 110 more
Insufficient validation of the AMD SEV Signing Key (ASK) in the SEND_START command in the SEV Firmware may allow a local authenticated attacker to perform a denial of service of the PSP
Amd Epyc 7601 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7601
Amd Epyc 7551p Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551p
Amd Epyc 7551 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551
and 108 more
A side effect of an integrated chipset option may be able to be used by an attacker to bypass SPI ROM protections, allowing unauthorized SPI ROM modification.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.4
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 7002 Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7002
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7001
and 110 more
Insufficient validation of BIOS image length by ASP Firmware could lead to arbitrary code execution.
Amd Epyc 7601 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7601
Amd Epyc 7551p Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551p
Amd Epyc 7551 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551
and 108 more
Insufficient ID command validation in the SEV Firmware may allow a local authenticated attacker to perform a denial of service of the PSP.
Amd Epyc 7601 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7601
Amd Epyc 7551p Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551p
Amd Epyc 7551 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551
and 108 more
Persistent platform private key may not be protected with a random IV leading to a potential “two time pad attack”.
Amd Epyc 7601 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7601
Amd Epyc 7551p Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551p
Amd Epyc 7551 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551
and 108 more
Failure to flush the Translation Lookaside Buffer (TLB) of the I/O memory management unit (IOMMU) may lead an IO device to write to memory it should not be able to access, resulting in a potential los...
Amd Epyc 7601 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7601
Amd Epyc 7551p Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551p
Amd Epyc 7551 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551
and 108 more
AMD System Management Unit (SMU) may experience an integer overflow when an invalid length is provided which may result in a potential loss of resources.
Amd Epyc 7601 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7601
Amd Epyc 7551p Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551p
Amd Epyc 7551 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7551
and 108 more
A potential denial of service (DoS) vulnerability exists in the integrated chipset that may allow a malicious attacker to hang the system when it is rebooted.
Amd Epyc 7001 Firmware<naplespi-sp3_1.0.0.g
Amd Epyc 7001
Amd Epyc 7002 Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7002
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.4
Amd Epyc 7003
and 116 more
In the AMD SEV/SEV-ES feature, memory can be rearranged in the guest address space that is not detected by the attestation mechanism which could be used by a malicious hypervisor to potentially lead t...
Amd Epyc 7232p
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7252
Amd Epyc 7261
Amd Epyc 7262
Amd Epyc 7272
and 59 more
The lack of nested page table protection in the AMD SEV/SEV-ES feature could potentially lead to arbitrary code execution within the guest VM if a malicious administrator has access to compromise the ...
Amd Epyc 7232p
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7252
Amd Epyc 7261
Amd Epyc 7262
Amd Epyc 7272
and 59 more
Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) on Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Platform Security Processor (PSP; aka AMD Secure Processor or AMD-SP) 0.17 build 11 and earlier has an insecure cryptographic impl...
debian/amd64-microcode<=3.20181128.1
Amd Secure Encrypted Virtualization Firmware<=0.17b11
Amd Epyc 7251
Amd Epyc 7261
Amd Epyc 7281
Amd Epyc 7301
and 12 more

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