Latest amd epyc 7453 firmware Vulnerabilities

A privileged attacker can prevent delivery of debug exceptions to SEV-SNP guests potentially resulting in guests not receiving expected debug information.
Amd Epyc 7763 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7763
Amd Epyc 7713p Firmware
Amd Epyc 7713p
Amd Epyc 7713 Firmware
Amd Epyc 7713
and 124 more
Improper address validation in ASP with SNP enabled may potentially allow an attacker to compromise guest memory integrity.
Amd Epyc 7763 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.b
Amd Epyc 7763
Amd Epyc 7713p Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.b
Amd Epyc 7713p
Amd Epyc 7713 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.b
Amd Epyc 7713
and 124 more
SMM configuration may not be immutable, as intended, when SNP is enabled resulting in a potential limited loss of guest memory integrity.
Amd Epyc 9654p Firmware<genoapi_1.0.0.1
Amd Epyc 9654p
Amd Epyc 9654 Firmware<genoapi_1.0.0.1
Amd Epyc 9654
Amd Epyc 9634 Firmware<genoapi_1.0.0.1
Amd Epyc 9634
and 124 more
Failure to validate the value in APCB may allow a privileged attacker to tamper with the APCB token to force an out-of-bounds memory read potentially resulting in a denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.f
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.f
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.f
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 174 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 7232p Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7232p
Amd Epyc 7252 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7252
Amd Epyc 7262 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7262
and 166 more
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
Improper initialization of variables in the DXE driver may allow a privileged user to leak sensitive information via local access.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.a
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 72f3 Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.a
Amd Epyc 72f3
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware=milanpi_1.0.0.a
Amd Epyc 7313
and 332 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
Xen Security Advisory 434 v1 (CVE-2023-20569) - x86/AMD: Speculative Return Stack Overflow
Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2
Microsoft Windows 10=1809
Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Microsoft Windows 11=21H2
Microsoft Windows 10=22H2
and 750 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
Improper validation of DRAM addresses in SMU may allow an attacker to overwrite sensitive memory locations within the ASP potentially resulting in a denial of service.
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 90 more
Insufficient input validation on the model specific register: VM_HSAVE_PA may potentially lead to loss of SEV-SNP guest memory integrity.
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 40 more
An attacker with a compromised ASP could possibly send malformed commands to an ASP on another CPU, resulting in an out of bounds write, potentially leading to a loss a loss of integrity.
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 90 more
Improper input validation in ABL may enable an attacker with physical access, to perform arbitrary memory overwrites, potentially leading to a loss of integrity and code execution. ...
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 90 more
Insufficient input validation in the SMU may enable a privileged attacker to write beyond the intended bounds of a shared memory buffer potentially leading to a loss of integrity.
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 90 more
Insufficient syscall input validation in the ASP Bootloader may allow a privileged attacker to execute arbitrary DMA copies, which can lead to code execution.
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 90 more
Insufficient address validation, may allow an attacker with a compromised ABL and UApp to corrupt sensitive memory locations potentially resulting in a loss of integrity or availability.
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 40 more
Insufficient input validation of mailbox data in the SMU may allow an attacker to coerce the SMU to corrupt SMRAM, potentially leading to a loss of integrity and privilege escalation.
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 90 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 bounds checking in ASP may allow an attacker to issue a system call from a compromised ABL which may cause arbitrary memory values to be initialized to zero, potentially leading to a loss...
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 298 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 input validation in the SMU may allow an attacker to corrupt SMU SRAM potentially leading to a loss of integrity or denial of service.
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 186 more
Insufficient input validation in the SMU may allow an attacker to improperly lock resources, potentially resulting in a denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 94 more
Insufficient bound checks in the SMU may allow an attacker to update the SRAM from/to address space to an invalid value potentially resulting in a denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 94 more
Improper syscall input validation in the ASP Bootloader may allow a privileged attacker to read memory out-of-bounds, potentially leading to a denial-of-service.
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 122 more
Insufficient bound checks in the SMU may allow an attacker to update the from/to address space to an invalid value potentially resulting in a denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 94 more
Insufficient input validation of BIOS mailbox messages in SMU may result in out-of-bounds memory reads potentially resulting in a denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 72f3 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 72f3
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.5
Amd Epyc 7313
and 42 more
TOCTOU in the ASP may allow a physical attacker to write beyond the buffer bounds, potentially leading to a loss of integrity or denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 94 more
Insufficient input validation in the SMU may allow a physical attacker to exfiltrate SMU memory contents over the I2C bus potentially leading to a loss of confidentiality.
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 94 more
Insufficient syscall input validation in the ASP Bootloader may allow a privileged attacker to read memory outside the bounds of a mapped register potentially leading to a denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_100d
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_100d
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_100d
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 94 more
Insufficient input validation in SYS_KEY_DERIVE system call in a compromised user application or ABL may allow an attacker to corrupt ASP (AMD Secure Processor) OS memory which may lead to potential a...
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 122 more
Insufficient validation of address mapping to IO in ASP (AMD Secure Processor) may result in a loss of memory integrity in the SNP guest.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 72f3 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 72f3
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 7313
and 42 more
Insufficient fencing and checks in System Management Unit (SMU) may result in access to invalid message port registers that could result in a potential denial-of-service.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.7
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 72f3 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.7
Amd Epyc 72f3
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.7
Amd Epyc 7313
and 42 more
Insufficient bounds checking in ASP (AMD Secure Processor) firmware while handling BIOS mailbox commands, may allow an attacker to write partially-controlled data out-of-bounds to SMM or SEV-ES region...
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.c
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 94 more
Improper input validation and bounds checking in SEV firmware may leak scratch buffer bytes leading to potential information disclosure.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 7313
Amd Epyc 7313p Firmware<milanpi-sp3_1.0.0.9
Amd Epyc 7313p
and 40 more
Failure to validate the communication buffer and communication service in the BIOS may allow an attacker to tamper with the buffer resulting in potential SMM (System Management Mode) arbitrary code ex...
Amd Epyc 7h12 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7h12
Amd Epyc 7f72 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7f72
Amd Epyc 7f52 Firmware<romepi_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7f52
and 288 more
Failure to verify the mode of CPU execution at the time of SNP_INIT may lead to a potential loss of memory integrity for SNP guests.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.8
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 72f3 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.8
Amd Epyc 72f3
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.8
Amd Epyc 7313
and 42 more
Insufficient validation in ASP BIOS and DRTM commands may allow malicious supervisor x86 software to disclose the contents of sensitive memory which may result in information disclosure.
Amd Epyc 7003 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.3
Amd Epyc 7003
Amd Epyc 72f3 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.3
Amd Epyc 72f3
Amd Epyc 7313 Firmware<milanpi_1.0.0.3
Amd Epyc 7313
and 42 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
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
Failure to assign a new report ID to an imported guest may potentially result in an SEV-SNP guest VM being tricked into trusting a dishonest Migration Agent (MA).
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 40 more
Insufficient General Purpose IO (GPIO) bounds check in System Management Unit (SMU) may result in access/updates from/to invalid address space that could result in denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7232p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7232p
Amd Epyc 7302p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7302p
Amd Epyc 7402p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7402p
and 198 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 bound checks in the System Management Unit (SMU) may result in access to an invalid address space that could result in denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7232p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7232p
Amd Epyc 7302p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7302p
Amd Epyc 7402p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7402p
and 198 more
A bug in AMD CPU’s core logic may allow for an attacker, using specific code from an unprivileged VM, to trigger a CPU core hang resulting in a potential denial of service. AMD believes the specific c...
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 162 more
Insufficient bound checks related to PCIE in the System Management Unit (SMU) may result in access to an invalid address space that could result in denial of service.
Amd Epyc 7232p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7232p
Amd Epyc 7302p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7302p
Amd Epyc 7402p Firmware<romepi-sp3_1.0.0.d
Amd Epyc 7402p
and 82 more

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