Latest amd epyc embedded 3451 Vulnerabilities

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
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When SMT is enabled, certain AMD processors may speculatively execute instructions using a target from the sibling thread after an SMT mode switch potentially resulting in information disclosure.
ubuntu/linux<4.15.0-218.229
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ubuntu/linux<5.19.0-42.43
ubuntu/linux<6.2
ubuntu/linux-allwinner<6.2
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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