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1 maja firma Intel opublikowała informację dotyczącą bezpieczeństwa w związku z krytyczną luką w oprogramowaniu sprzętowym niektórych systemów wykorzystujących technologię Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel® Standard Manageability (ISM) lub Intel® Small Business Technology (SBT). Luka może umożliwić osobie atakującej sieć uzyskanie zdalnego dostępu do komputerów lub urządzeń firmowych, które korzystają z tych technologii. Luka nie dotyczy komputerów z oprogramowaniem konsumenckim ani serwerów centrów przetwarzania danych korzystających z usług platformy serwerowej Intel®.

Do czasu uaktualnienia oprogramowania zachęcamy użytkowników i firmy, które używają komputerów i urządzeń firmowych korzystających z technologii AMT, ISM lub SBT, do podjęcia odpowiednich kroków w celu utrzymania bezpieczeństwa swoich systemów i informacji.

Rozumiemy, że luka może wzbudzać zaniepokojenie. Stworzyliśmy tę stronę, by pomóc Ci zrozumieć problem, ocenić, czy Twój system jest zagrożony, i podjąć odpowiednie działania.

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On May 1, Intel published a security advisory regarding a firmware vulnerability in certain systems that utilize Intel® Active Management Technology (Intel® AMT), Intel® Standard Manageability (Intel® ISM), or Intel® Small Business Technology (Intel® SBT). The vulnerability is potentially very serious, and could enable a network attacker to remotely gain access to businesses PCs and workstations that use these technologies. We urge people and companies using business PCs and devices that incorporate Intel® AMT, Intel® ISM or Intel® SBT to apply a firmware update from your equipment manufacturer when available, or to follow the steps detailed in the mitigation guide.

Intel® AMT and Intel® ISM are remote management tools typically used by system administrators at large organizations to manage large numbers of computers. Intel® SBT is a similar technology typically used by small and medium sized businesses with fewer devices to manage. All of these systems incorporate Intel manageability firmware.

Data center servers using Intel® Server Platform Services are not affected by this vulnerability. If you are uncertain, you should evaluate your systems to make sure they are secured against this vulnerability. Please see our detection guide for tools and instructions (currently available only for Microsoft Windows* operating systems). If your system is vulnerable, we strongly recommend applying the steps detailed in the mitigation guide, and applying a firmware update from your equipment manufacturer when available.

Consumer PCs with consumer firmware are not impacted by this vulnerability. If you are uncertain as to whether your system is vulnerable, or just want to be sure, please see our detection guide for tools and instructions, or contact Intel Customer Service.

We have implemented and validated a firmware update to address the problem, and we are cooperating with equipment manufacturers to make it available to end-users as soon as possible. Please check with your computer manufacturer for availability of firmware updates for your specific systems and other details. Computer manufacturers are publishing information specific to their products, including availability of firmware updates. Advisories for some manufacturers can be found at the following websites:

Until firmware updates are available, systems administrators can take the mitigation steps detailed in the mitigation guide published under our security advisory. Consumers or others who need support securing vulnerable systems can contact Intel Customer Support.

Yes, you should still apply firmware updates if they are available for your systems. The mitigations help to protect systems that have the vulnerability, but they do not address the underlying vulnerability. To resolve this vulnerability issue, we urge people and companies using business PCs and devices that incorporate Intel® AMT, Intel® ISM or Intel® SBT to apply any available firmware updates from your equipment manufacturer as soon as possible. Please check with your computer manufacturer for availability of firmware updates for your specific systems and other details.

The mitigations help to protect systems that have the vulnerability, but they do not address the underlying vulnerability. The discovery tool will report a system as vulnerable until the system is updated to include an AMT firmware version that removes the vulnerability. To resolve this vulnerability issue, we urge people and companies using business PCs and devices that incorporate Intel® AMT, Intel® ISM or Intel® SBT to apply any available firmware updates from your equipment manufacturer as soon as possible. Please check with your computer manufacturer for availability of firmware updates for your specific systems and other details.

Computer manufacturers are publishing information specific to their products, including availability of firmware updates. Advisories for some manufacturers can be found at the following websites:

Consumers or others who need support securing vulnerable systems can contact Intel Customer Support. Online support is available at http://www.intel.com/supporttickets. To contact Intel Customer Support by phone in the US, Canada, or Latin America call (916) 377-7000. Europe, Middle East and Africa support phone numbers can be found here. Asia Pacific support phone numbers can be found here.

You should evaluate your systems to make sure they are secured against this vulnerability. Please see our detection guide for tools and instructions. If your system is vulnerable, we strongly recommend applying the steps detailed in the mitigation guide, and applying a firmware update from your equipment manufacturer when available. Contact Intel Customer Service if you need support.

You should evaluate your systems to make sure they are secured against this vulnerability. Please see our detection guide for tools and instructions. If your system is vulnerable, we strongly recommend applying the steps detailed in the mitigation guide, and applying a firmware update from your equipment manufacturer when available. Contact Intel Customer Service if you need support.

In most cases, companies that issue PCs to employees will have systems administrators or IT professionals who manage updates and security for employees’ computers. You should speak to your company's IT department before taking any action with your PC with regard to this situation.

If you are a consumer and you believe you may have purchased a PC with these capabilities, then you should evaluate your system to make sure it is secured against this vulnerability. Please see our detection guide for tools and instructions. If your system is vulnerable, we strongly recommend applying the steps detailed in the mitigation guide, and applying a firmware update from your equipment manufacturer when available. Contact Intel Customer Service if you need support.

This is a vulnerability in the Intel® chipset firmware, not in the physical design of a processor. It can be addressed by applying a firmware update from your equipment manufacturer when available, or by applying the steps detailed in the mitigation guide.

Intel has a set of policies, procedures, and practices called the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) to help ensure our products meet specifications and security requirements. While no system is foolproof, there are mechanisms in place for Intel to work with computer manufacturers to address vulnerabilities should the need arise. When we receive reports of potential vulnerabilities in Intel® products, we work hard to assess them and respond appropriately so we can continue providing the security for our customers.